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Zoon is an album by Carl McCoy's The Nefilim. Please do not add that album to this band.

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Fields of the Nephilim are a gothic rock band formed in Stevenage, Hertfordshire, England in 1984. The original line-up consisted of vocalist Carl McCoy, saxophonist Gary Wisker, Tony Pettitt on bass, guitarist Paul Wright and drummer Alexander "Nod" Wright. After the release of the debut EP Burning the Fields, Wisker left the band to be replaced by Peter Yates as second guitarist to what is widely known as the 'Classic' line-up. The current incarnation of the band has released one authorized recording of new material and one double live album since 1990, but the group perform frequently, with Carl McCoy and Tony Pettit remaining from the original lineup.

The band's name refers to a Biblical race of giants or angel-human hybrids, known as the Nephilim. Although they have not received substantial mainstream success, the band's seminal sound has proved highly influential, especially in the genre of gothic rock.

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Discography

Album

Year Title RatingReleases
1987 Dawnrazor 4 4
1988 The Nephilim 3.75 8
1990 Elizium 4 4
1991 Laura 3 2
2002 Fallen 3 6
2005 Mourning Sun 4 6

Album + Compilation

Year Title RatingReleases
1993 Revelations 4 5
2001 From Gehenna to Here 4 1
2006 Genesis & Revelation 4 1
2013 5 Albums 1

Album + Live

Year Title RatingReleases
1988 BBC Radio 1 Live 2
1991 Earth Inferno 3.5 3
1991 Visionary Heads 1
2012 Ceromonies: Ad Mortem Ad Vitam 3

Single

Year Title RatingReleases
1986 Power 4.5 2
1987 Preacher Man 5 3
1987 Blue Water 4 2
1988 Psychonaut 4.5 6
1988 Moonchild 5 3
1990 Sumerland 4
1990 For Her Light 3 4
2000 One More Nightmare 3
2002 From the Fire 3

EP

Year Title RatingReleases
1985 Burning the Fields EP 4.5 2
1986 Returning to Gehenna 5 2

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