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Moonchild - Fields Of The Nephilim - Martyr (CD)

  1. Fenrisar

    One reason the Fields of the Nephilim were so successful at what they did was their live performance sense. If McCoy especially wasn't really believing he was carrying out religious rites from a long-dead mystic past, then he sure knew how to put on a convincing act, while the remaining four gave no quarter, turning the sometimes subtler edges of their studio work into .
  2. Doulmaran

    May 22,  · Aside from the Ceremonies live album in and the single Prophecy in , all has been quiet from Fields Of The Nephilim when it comes to something new, but they continue to play sporadic shows in the UK and Europe. This, then, is a pick of the best songs from Fields Of The Nephilim, with a few honourable mentions just for good measure.
  3. Nejind

    Moonchild (Second Seal) () is a EP album by Fields of the Nephilim. Genres: Gothic Rock. Songs: Moonchild (Second Seal), Shiva, Power, Vet For The Insane.
  4. Nikojinn

    Moonchild Fields of the Nephilim. If you look on the inlay to "the Nephilim" album (on cassette anyway) there are a few bits from Moonchild around the picture ("I knelt down where I burned before"; "a revisit to an empty hall"; and something else which I can't read).
  5. Fenrikasa

    Fields of the Nephilim is a gothic rock band, active throughout the s. They formed in Stevenage, Hertfordshire, UK in Carl McCoy, Gary Whisker, Tony Pettit and brothers Paul Wright and Alexander 'Nod' Wright were the starting lineup.
  6. Zololrajas

    Dec 01,  · The poll is less important. What's the main thing is the band itself and its leader Carl McCoy. When I first heard of them, I did not think of the term I later heard applied to them Goth and I am glad I wasn't exposed to that mind shaping, so I was able to paint a picture of the band on my own.
  7. Zolokora

    Moonchild Lower me down, lower me down Moonchild Lower me down down down down down down. Well it's a righteous day But out of mind, yeah And I give your last rite Oh, it's a righteous day. Never return, I will wait no more Take no prisoners in the promised war You'll die for this Die for this Take them. Moonchild Lower me down, lower me down.
  8. Mautaxe

    Intelligently selected and sequenced, this near-complete overview of Fields of the Nephilim's career, excepting the earliest EPs, is both the best starting point for newcomers to the band as well as convincing evidence for the band's compelling blend of styles and sources into a commanding combination. Nearly all of the hits are here -- "Moonchild," "Preacher Man," .

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