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Formed in 1984, the Fields of the Nephilim take their name from the Biblical legends of Nephilim, who were fallen angels expelled from Heaven for divulging hidden knowledge to humans. Their debut occurred in 1985 with their Burning the Fields EP, of which 500 copies were originally released on their own Tower label. The EP, even though being rather limited, caught the attention of Beggar's ... Read more in Amazon's Fields Of The Nephilim Store

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  • Audio CD (14 Oct. 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Limited Edition
  • Label: Jungle
  • ASIN: B00006NSEK
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 225,201 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Dead To The World
2. From The Fire
3. Thirst
4. Darkcell AD
5. Subsanity
6. Hollow Doll
7. Fallen
8. Deeper
9. Premonition
10. One More Nightmare
Disc: 2
1. Endemoniada (bonus track)
2. Last Exit For The Lost (bonus track)
3. Dawnrazon (bonus track)
4. Sequel, The (live, bonus track)

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3.1 out of 5 stars

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 22 Oct. 2002
Format: Audio CD
The new Fields of the Nephilim album may well sound a little rough around the edges, but there is a good reason for this. Rather than being a new studio album, Fallen is a collection of outakes and demos released by the record company, having waited several years for Carl McCoy to submit new material, and is not officially endorsed or supported by the band. Being the perfectionist that he is, Mr McCoy is likely to be unhappy with this release. The recording is patchy in places and some tracks just don't feel complete.
However, far from being a blemish on the almost immaculate FoTN back catalogue, Fallen is not without it's merits. For the Fields to look back and attempt to emulate past success would be a pointless exercise for the band, who always prefer to look forward. What we're left with is several very impressive songs created over a number of years with a dark metal edge and dripping with atmosphere. Though it's more melodic and not as extreme as Zoon, Fallen retains the more modern, harsher sound, complete with thunderous double-bass drumming and fast, chunky riffs. Highlights include Hollow Doll, Premonition and the outstanding closing track, One More Nightmare.
Fallen is not for everyone - fans of the older work will likely feel obliged to buy it and some will be disappointed. The band have hinted that the TRUE fourth Nephilim release is forthcoming, but until then Fallen is a worthwhile purchase, especially if you liked Zoon and can accept the 'album' for what it is.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By C MANSFIELD on 25 Oct. 2003
Format: Audio CD
There has been a lot of hullabaloo over this CD. the loyal following of the nephilim have been waiting for an "offering" from their deity Carl McCoy for too long. The record company want to throw a few scraps to them, but carl the perfectionist only want his loyals to get the master piece they deserve. The CD has been collated from a few demos, studio ideas and odds and ends created lately, and as soon as the disk starts to play, it becomes obvious these recordings are unfinished. However, if this IS a "taster" of the new works, then it is a reassurance to the die hard Nephs that Carl and Co still maintain to be able to write powerful, dynamic and fresh rock music. Opening with "Dead to the World" (probably the most worked on / nearest to completion track on the LP), the obligatory sound FX from some horror movie blend into a looped melody that transforms seamlessly into a metal industrial jack hammer, tailing off nicely to "From the Fire". This track is an eye opener. It is a reflection of a great track, guts and all, but this recording clearly is missing some embellishments. A great progression, so malleable that it could build and build escalating in a head exploding climax. Perhaps if this is reworked, it may become "finished". Thirst follows on as a second part to From the Fire, clearly just a turn around of FTF (a play around idea?.... i think so). Darkcell AD follows. a power version of the old classic, no longer subtle but dark, angry and powerful. Was this the track the band "got back together" with. Track 5 subsanity, great discordant jangling guitars backed with a pounding mechanical drum, this could almost be "Killing Joke with a really bad attitude". Hollow Doll keeps the Killing Joke guitar settings, but falls into an elizium-esque register.Read more ›
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Rob on 8 Oct. 2002
Format: Audio CD
I was looking forward to the return of the Neph for some time. Unfortunately I'm disappointed. It's been a while, and Carl and co are getting older, but I was hoping for some of the old magic, and it just isn't there. Yeah, there's some good tracks, but if you have anything else by the Neph, you'll know it - or at least a version of it. They seem to have reduced themselves to remixing their back catalogue to make up the number of tracks (Darkcell AD - good, and Tree's Come Down - very good).
To be honest, if you want to listen to the Neph, buy the excellent Elizium or From Gehenna TO Here. If you're buying because you're an old fan, well, it's another to the collection but is not very exciting.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By David Grieve on 23 Oct. 2002
Format: Audio CD
Speaking as a fan of the band, it is good to see some new (and not so new) material. However, it didn't bode well to see that it was not being endorsed by the band, who claim they weren't ready for it to be issued. To be honest, it does have a slightly unfinished feel about it; both the music and the sleeve design. The latter is definitely not up to the normal standard and as for the former....
Well, on first listening I was not enormously impressed but having now listened a few times I am growing to like it more and more. It does not reach the peaks of "The Nephilim", but it has got some good tracks. "Hollow Doll" and "Fallen" are the stand out new tracks and the reworks of "Darkcell" and "Trees Come Down" are both excellent. The rest of it is a bit samey but not at all bad providing you like heavy guitar backed up with electronic effects and Carl McCoy's distinctive voice.
Creatively a step forward from "Zoon" but they've got a way to go to hit their previous heights. If you are a fan then get it. If you don't know then get "The Nephilim" and if you like that then try "Fallen".
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 15 Oct. 2002
Format: Audio CD
First thing to say is that in a recent release on the Nephilim website the Nephilim state that they do not endorse this album or the single that was released before it and that a "proper" new ablum will be out in due time when they are happy with its content. So something a lot better should be on the way. It appears that this CD comprises of early recordings and demos of songs that may appear on the new album. Most of the songs certainly sound unfinished, a few sound like they were recored at the time of Nefilims Zoon. In my opinion there is one song on the CD that shows that some of the old Nephilim magic may still be there, that song is "Hollow Doll" it also sounds rough and unfinished, but in my view has the potential to be a classic Nephilim song if it ever gets finished.
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