View full artist profile. View all similar artists. View all trending tracks. Loading player…. Scrobble from Spotify? Connect to Spotify Dismiss. Search Search. Play album. Length Related Tags gothic rock Add tags View all tags. From The Album Play album. Dawnrazor Fields of the Nephilim 36, listeners. Pain, we are transforming With your daughters underground Pain, we look like sisters Caught up in a landslide Falling down Too far you can't feel… View full lyrics.
Play track. Artist images 66 more. Fields of the Nephilimlisteners Related Tags gothic rock gothic goth Fields of the Nephilim is a gothic rock band, active throughout the s. They formed in Stevenage, Hertfordshire, UK in Peter Yates joined by the time of their first release, replacing Gary Whisker. The band's name refers to magnetic fields and the biblical Nephilim race. Their sound was innovative in the gothic scene, incorporating heavy metal elements to make a hard, bass and guitar driven sound underneath McCoy's growled vocals.
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The usual drowned-out vocals combined with brooding music. I like the wall of sound, but I really wish I could make out more of the lyrics. The ruddy feel of this album keeps me from tossing it away, but I just don't find myself listening to it. Format: Audio CD. Dawnrazor is certainly an excellent power Goth album, and it is the one FotN release where the comparisons to the Sisters make sense; The deep, snarling vocals and throbbing bass guitar were TSOM trademarks to be sure.
However, where the Sisters' Floodland was a majestic work of stylized synth-Goth reminiscent of that typical Euro-Victorian aesthetic, Dawnrazor is an original blending of Goth force and the romantic Old West where lawless desperados walk alone. Carl McCoy is that desperado, half-cowboy and half-shaman, roaming the mysterious badlands within his own soul, continually crossing the line Reanimator - Fields Of The Naphilim* - Dawnrazor life and death, consciousness and dreams, reality and occult mysticism.
The centerpiece and crescendo is the towering title track, though in truth the live version on Earth Inferno is probably better. There are also a couple of darkly wistful slower tracks like Vet for the Insane and Secrets - both are strong.
Given the quality of all of the tracks, this is a must-have for Goths and those who like their rock with an edge of mystery. Reanimator - Fields Of The Naphilim* - Dawnrazor this is clearly not Nephilim at their most powerful.
At this time, the band and Carl had not fully developed the musical depth, emotional range and sense of grandeur that would become their calling card.
I feel very sad for the reviewer who cast them off as a Sisters clone and never looked beyond this album; that review will Heavy Metal Świat - TSA - Live 98 him look like a fool to all who know the genre well and understand what FotN would become.
The Nephilim still seem to be one of a kind. No other band has used their Spaghetti Western influenced image or sound. The dusty, decaying, floury Cowboy outfits, the slide guitar and slight twang, and those sore throat growls still sound completely fresh today. And what other band has taken on the task of covering an Ennio Morricone theme as they did with Harmonica Man? The Reanimator - Fields Of The Naphilim* - Dawnrazor don't seem to have much respect for that song, but to me it was one of the highlights of their body of work.
This CD includes some early cuts that were not on the original album, in my view for good reason. They sound Meadows - Joe Walsh, The James Gang* - All The Best the less inspired early stuff you can hear compiled on the Laura CD.
Still, Dawnrazor comes through as the work where Fields of the Nephilim left the Sisters of Mercy in their self-affected dust. This is not only original stuff but also powerful, something the Sisters rarely achieved. Dawnrazor fits into a four-disc Nephilim rotation with The Nephilim, Elizium and Earth Inferno that will reward the listener for many years.
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Dawnrazor Dawnrazor. The Sequel The Sequel. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. It featured McCoy on vocals and multi-instrumentalist Carter on bass, guitars and drums.
After a year Carter and McCoy parted company. The band played some gigs inshowcasing some of their new material. According to McCoy,  the release of their debut album, Zoonwas held back for several years due to disagreements with the record label. Zoon was eventually released in and featured a distinctly heavier sound  than McCoy's previous works.
On 15 AugustMcCoy and Pettitt held a press conference  at the Zillo Festival in Germany, announcing their future plans to collaborate under two separate monikers, Fields of the Nephilim along with the Wright brothers and The Nephilim an altered spelling of McCoy's solo project. According to Reanimator - Fields Of The Naphilim* - Dawnrazor original band members, the band was rehearsing and writing the next Fields of the Nephilim album with the exception of Yates.
However, the awaited reunion of the original band line-up never happened. Between June and Augustthe band made four live appearances at European festivals, now featuring former Nefilim members Rippin and Milesat Woodstage, Eurorock, Roskilde and M'era Luna music festivals.
The release was not authorised by the band, and consists of unfinished recordings fromthe reworkings of "Trees Come Down" and "Darkcell", and a previously unreleased demo by The Nefilim.
The release was disowned by the band for many years,  and only one song from it, "From The Fire," has been performed Reanimator - Fields Of The Naphilim* - Dawnrazor. The album had seven original songs, with a cover version of Zager and Evans 's " In the Year " included as a bonus track on the first copies. In interviews following the release of the album Mourning SunMcCoy mentions collaborating with ghost musicians but only John "Capachino" Carter is officially credited on the album.
Insome European venues announced a tour was to take place, although this was never officially confirmed by the band. In spite of high ticket sales, none of the If Ever I Would Leave You - Colm Wilkinson - Stage Heroes occurred.
The vinyl version does not come with the live DVD. SinceMcCoy and band have performed steadily every year under the name Fields of the Nephilim at venues and festivals across Europe. On 1 JulyCarl McCoy announced that the band was back in the studio " Promoted as a band single, the track did not feature Pettitt.
The band confirmed that a physical release on both CD and vinyl, containing exclusive artwork and bonus material would follow. Pettitt was also a member of NFD.
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