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4.0 out of 5 stars NFD come of age
This album marks the second stage in NFDs career.

The first stage was to sound like a clone of Fields of the Nephilim form the late 80s - given that 2 of the band members were ex-members of that group it wasn't too surprising.

The second stage is to become a hard modern goth band. The gloves have been removed. The jangles have been left behind...
Published on 19 Jun 2006 by Richard Kelly

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1.0 out of 5 stars Nephilim Wannabes
Dreadful clone of Fields of the Nephilim (yeah I know, Tony Pettitt was a founder member and another member was in a later incarnation), but the singer? The guy probably posed infront of a mirror in his bedroom singing along to McCoy during the late 80s. Complete rubbish!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars NFD come of age, 19 Jun 2006
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Richard Kelly (Manchester, England) - See all my reviews
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This album marks the second stage in NFDs career.

The first stage was to sound like a clone of Fields of the Nephilim form the late 80s - given that 2 of the band members were ex-members of that group it wasn't too surprising.

The second stage is to become a hard modern goth band. The gloves have been removed. The jangles have been left behind.

There are a series of massive rock riffs on Light My Way and Descent whilst other tracks are more melodic One Moment Between Us, for example.

It marks a new, and improved, passage in NFDs career so far. If the promise of this album is realised then expect to see NFD heading towards the charts rather than bands such as Evanescence who pale in comparison!

It's not without its faults but it is superb! 8/10
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5.0 out of 5 stars This has risen to the top of my play list, 29 Jun 2007
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Rich (Sheffield, UK) - See all my reviews
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This is an excellent strong album, well played and well sung combining some traditional goth tracks with solid rock tracks. All the tracks are very good (except my possession which I find a bit grating)in particular the title track and One Moment Between Us. If you like traditional rock then try this for some goth influence. I would have marked it down a bit as the production is not 100% and it feels like a collection of 9 songs. However, I saw them live recently and they were awesome so 5 stars.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome, 20 Jan 2007
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I cannot recommend this enough. It is hard to find a cd without a bad track, but you have found one here. Hard hitting and catchy at the same time. You will find the songs swirling around you head long after the cd has finished.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Nephilim Wannabes, 16 Nov 2010
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Dreadful clone of Fields of the Nephilim (yeah I know, Tony Pettitt was a founder member and another member was in a later incarnation), but the singer? The guy probably posed infront of a mirror in his bedroom singing along to McCoy during the late 80s. Complete rubbish!
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