Fields of the Nephilim

Fields of the Nephilim

Gothic Rock, Gothic, goth, goth rock, rock

Fields of the Nephilim is a gothic rock band, active throughout the 1980s. They formed in Stevenage, Hertfordshire, UK in 1984. Carl McCoy, Gary Whisker, Tony Pettit and brothers Paul Wright and Alexander 'Nod' Wright were the starting lineup. 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

Dawnrazor [1987]
  • 1. Intro (The Harmonica Man) (2:01)
  • 2. Slow Kill (3:44)
  • 3. Volcane (Mr. Jealousy Has Returned) (5:04)
  • 4. Vet for the Insane (7:03)
  • 5. Dust (4:23)
  • 6. Reanimator (2:58)
  • 7. Dawnrazor (9:08)
  • 8. The Sequel (3:20)

Dawnrazor is the debut album by Fields of the Nephilim released during May 1987. The record contains the singles Preacher Man and Power which was co-produced by the band and Iain O'Higgins. The introductory track contains a sample of the Ennio Morricone theme Man with the Harmonica, from Sergio Leone's epic western film Once Upon a Time in the West. Read more on Last.fm.