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Earth Inferno Import

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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Beggars Banquet
  • ASIN: B000006YO5
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
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It's not uncommon for a band to knock out a live album at the end of a particular period in their existence (or their record label, for that matter). Live Evil heralded the bitter implosion of the Dio fronted Sabbath, Eine Kleine Nacht Music was the fitting headstone to the original Venom line up, Marillion bowed out with The Thieving Magpie and so on. Here we have the definitive Nephilim posse putting to rest the excellent Elizium cd in a fittingly sombre mood.

Question with the Nephilim is whether a live cd opus is a fitting tribute for a band that, in a live environment, are equal measure music and visuals. Also could the atmospheric core Elizium tracks be enhanced further as a result of being aired live? The answer is, thankfully, yes. Unsurprisingly there are no Bruce Dickinson `SCREAM FOR ME DORTMUND!!' heroics in this live delivery (this is goth territory after all) so it's all moody ebb and flow atmosphere and intricate music built upon `that' voice and some inspired and meticulous drumming from the Nod. The soft and luscious production doesn't detract from the pure power of the live performance but it does add to the dark atmosphere in such a way that sections of the opening triumvirate, starting `Dead But Dreaming', are so engrossing and hypnotic that you literally lose yourself in what's going on - I recommend anybody to listen to this driving a car on an empty motorway at night. These longer soundscape style tracks, along with `Submission' and the slow burn and building `Last Exit', are balanced off by the harder edged punchier tracks such as the single `Moonchild' and the Sergio Leone inspired gallop of `Preacher Man'.
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This live album is brilliantly engineered, and I think the songs come out better than on their studio albums. Works best when immersed in ancient mythology and/or H.P.Lovecraft's stories. Their music is dark, yet melodious, and conveys lots of emotions, even though it might not be accessible to everybody. But if you're into that kind of goth music, Earth Inferno will undoubtedly be one of your favorite CDs.
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This is the first FOTN album I ever heard, and after listening to their other albums, I think that this is the best one! The 'live' element gives a bit more power and energy to the music. There is a great atmosphere to the set, which adds to the other-worldly nature of their music.
Highly recommended!
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Earth Inferno...what an appropriate title for the Nephilim's live album. It's a great album...just to contemplate what 'Earth Inferno' means as you listen. Seems like McCoy has known the end is nigh for some years now.
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