8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
give it time,
This review is from: Mourning Sun (Audio CD)
This is an interesting album , in that i really couldn't get in to it at first . I must admit it did stay on my shelf for a couple of months untouched and i was left slightly dissapointed and yearning for 'the good old days' as it were. I decided to stick it on my mp3 player as i was sticking all the other nephilim stuff on i thought i might aswel.I didnt realise up to that point how much Mourning Sun flows together , flows together like the Elizium album flows together , and how hard it pounds in places , unrelentless pounding not so disimiler to the Zoon album . It was like some unseen barrier had been lifted (maybe subconsiously i didn't want to like it because the rest of the origional nephs Pettit ,Yates,the Wright brothers were abcent)and i realised this is'nt that different from the Nephilim of old . The cold sorrowful atmosphere of Nephilim of old is there present and correct , even more so in places . So now i have finally capitulated to this album and it never leaves my playlist.Go buy it and give it a chance . Im not saying it will change your life but it definetly gonna be one of those albums that you will keep in your heart and enjoy for the rest of your life.......probably
PS If this doesn't satisfy your need for all things neph check out THE MANY FORMS by LAST RITES ft the Wright brothers. That is another truly great album.