- Performer Fields Of The Nephilim
- Title Psychonaut
- Style Goth Rock
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- Genre Rock
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Fields of the Nephilim are an English gothic rock band formed in Stevenage, Hertfordshire, England in 1984. The band's name refers to a Biblical race of giants or angel-human hybrids, known as the Nephilim. Although the band have not received substantial mainstream success, their seminal sound has proved highly influential, especially in the genre of gothic rock.
Band Name Fields Of The Nephilim. Album Name Psychonaut. Data de lançamento 1989. Labels Situation Two. Estilo de MúsicaGothic Metal. Membros têm este álbum2. First Version : 1. Psychonaut (Lib III). 2. Psychonaut (Lib II). 3. Celebrate. Second Version : 1. Fields Of The Nephilim. Other productions from Fields Of The Nephilim. Genesis & Revelation. 1. Psychonaut (Lib. II). 04:12.
He publically disowned the unimpressive 2002 album Fallen, claiming Jungle Records had released unfinished tracks without his consent, and in 2005 put out the Mourning Sun album - the first official Fields of the Nephilim studio LP for fourteen years. Intermittent live shows followed, at European festivals, the London Astoria in 2007, Shepherd's Bush Empire in 2008 and opening for The Mission at their 25th anniversary show at Brixton Academy last October.
Fields of the Nephilim are an English gothic rock band formed in Stevenage, Hertfordshire, England in 1984. The original line-up consisted of vocalist Carl McCoy, saxophonist Gary Wisker, Tony Pettitt on bass, guitarist Paul Wright and drummer Alexander "Nod" Wright. After the release of the debut EP Burning the Fields, Wisker left the band and was replaced by Peter Yates as second guitarist to what is widely known as the 'classic' line-up. The current incarnation of the band has released one authorized recording of new material and one double live album since 1990, but.
As a teaser for Elizium, the Nephilim released this stand-alone single, arguably the band's crowning achievement in the studio. Instead of firing up another full-group arrangement, on the first version of the title track (subtitled "Lib. IIII"), the five instead initially used keyboards, creating a swell of chilling, sepulchral organ sounds and textures just as creepy and atmospheric as its regular work
Fields of the Nephilim are an English gothic rock band formed in Stevenage, Hertfordshire, England in 1984. Following the release of the debut EP Burning the Fields, Wisker left the band to be replaced by Peter Yates as second guitarist. Paul Chousmer (also Another Green World, Webcore, Zuvuya, Astralasia) played keyboards from 1989 until 1991, when he left to tour with Circus Archaos.
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