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21 April 2008 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 28 April 2008
  • Label: Jungle Records
  • Copyright: 2008 Jungle Records
  • Total Length: 39:03
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  • ASIN: B001L885UM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 123,656 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mr. H VINE VOICE on 9 Jun. 2008
Format: Audio CD
Ah, sometimes, there is nothing like a Goth. They make mighty fine kindling you know. Sometimes they even make good records. And this is one of them. For the ignorant out there, NFD was formed by ex members of Fields Of The Nephilim, and it's their dank, dour flour covered template that they have taken, and expanded.

Although this is technically their third album, it's a peculiar hybrid of six new songs, remixes and videos. So, if you've never investigated them, this is a mighty fine way to get into the groove.work. The most melodic of the tracks is the poptastic 'When The Sun Dies', which is an archetypal mainstream goth track, the kind that actually used to chart back in the days when we had proper charts and proper records. You can almost picture HIM having a bash at it.

The bulk of the material is taken up with mid paced, doom laden tunes with 'Let It Rain' probably the pick of the bunch. The remixes are another run through of 'When The Sun Dies' and a revisit to 'Caged' from their earlier "Dead Pool Rising" release. Over in video land, you get two live videos and two promo videos, with the live stuff being much better. More traditional gothsters might take umbrage at the dance element they sometimes incorporate, but newer recruits to the legions of the damned will find a lot to enjoy.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 2 Mar. 2009
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mellower than their previous releases this album is quite dark and moody affair which shows nfd progressing to a beautiful place. I like all the tracks on this album (even the remixes). The album consists of 6 new songs and 2 remixes. The first new song when the sun dies has a catchy melody which is upbeat but retains that dark gothic edge to it. the 2nd track move in closer is not really a new track This is a brave an ambitious attempt to match techo beats and rock music that creates a pretty awesome overall track. The 3rd track let it rain is probably an nfd classic, a softer and moodier track in the same vain as one moment between us from the dead pool rising album. The pace slows futher for the next track the unforgiven which is more of an intro type of track rather than a song in its self - but exellent none the less. next we have senses alive the pace picks up again to that of the first track never let this die slows the album down again to a slow traul. next we have the remixes. First up is when the sun dies remix with smatterings of gothic keyboards over the top "ooh lovely" drool drool erm sorry about that - back to the review the next track is caged remix im amazed at how nfd have taken an already awesome track and made it even better.
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Pretty Strong Effort 17 July 2008
By Havikk - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I purchased this album thinking that it would have something of an atmospheric goth/industrial sound. While it did have those elements, there is also an underlying driving hard rock beat. If you are expecting this to sound like Fields of the Nephilim, you may be disappointed. The singer definitely has a growling raspiness not unlike Carl McCoy, but the similarities really stop there. The sound is more guitar oriented with GASP! even a guitar solo or two. The bass guitar rarely lays down as pronounced a rhythm as in the old FOTN days, but rather blends in more subtely becoming pronounced as needed to provide punch or drive at key points in the songs.

The one downside to the album is that it is a bit short. I'm not a huge fan of remixes. The two on the album are good for a couple of listens, but really I prefer the original versions. The album makes up by adding in a couple of videos, which are nice, but really I would have rather had an extra new song or two.
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