Fields Of The Nephilim Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Fields Of The Nephilim Lyrics - by Popularity

1 For Her Light
2 Sumerland (What Dreams May Come)
3 And There Will Your Heart Be Also
4 Darkcell
5 Shiva (Extra Track On Cd, From Moonchild Single)
6 Laura (Adapted From The Laura Lp)
7 Shine (live Roskilde 2000)
8 In The Year 2525 (Bonus Track)
9 Bluewater
10 Submission
11 Last Exit For The Lost
12 Dawnrazor (live Roskilde 2000)
13 Psychonaut (Lib III)
14 Dawnrazor
15 Moonchild
16 The Watchman
17 Psychonaut (live Roskilde 2000)
18 Blue Water (12 inch version)
19 Elizium
20 At the Gates of Silent Memory
21 Xiberia (Live)
22 Shroud
23 For Her Light (One)
24 Vet for the Insane
25 And There Will Your Heart Be Also (Live)
26 Penetration
27 For Her Light/One
28 Power
29 Volcane (Mr. Jealousy Has Returned)
30 Psychonaut (Live)
31 Requiem
32 Psychonaut (Lib IIII)
33 Preacher Man
34 Secrets
35 Straight To the Light (Live)
36 Moonchild (live)
37 Psychonaut (Lib I)
38 Psychonaut
39 Dust
40 Penetration (Live)
41 Celebrate (Live)
42 Sumerland
43 Reanimator
44 Back In Gehenna
45 Last Exit For the Lost (Live) [Bonus Track]
46 Celebrate
47 Power - Remastered Version
48 Shine (Live)
49 Chord Of Souls
50 The Sequel
51 Prophecy
52 Wail of Sumer (Live)
53 Endemoniada
54 Wail Of Sumer
55 Submission (Live)
56 Zoon (Wakeworld) [Live]
57 Moonchild { I Haven't A Clue With This One}
58 Slow Kill
59 Sumerland (Live)
60 Mourning Sun (Live)
61 Phobia
62 Laura II
63 Preacher Man (live Roskilde 2000)
64 Requiem (Live)
65 Slowkill
66 Moonchild (live Roskilde 2000)
67 Preacher Man (Live)
68 Watchmen (Straight From Record Cover)
69 For Her Light (live Roskilde 2000)
70 In the Year 2525 (Bonustrack)
71 Trees Come Down
72 Shroud (Live)
73 Love Under Will
74 Love Under Will (live Roskilde 2000)

Fields Of The Nephilim Bio

Fields of the Nephilim are a semi-active English gothic rock/gothic metal band formed in Stevenage, Hertfordshire in 1984. The original line-up consisted of vocalist Carl McCoy, saxophonist Gary Whisker, Tony Pettitt on bass, guitarist Paul Wright and drummer Alexander "Nod" Wright. Following the release of the debut EP Burning the Fields, Whisker left the band to be replaced by Peter Yates as second guitarist. 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 and, later on, gothic metal and rock noir. The current incarnation of the band has released one authorized recording of new material since 1990 and performs infrequently.

Fields of the Nephilim's initial sound incorporated elements of hard rock and psychedelic rock, and comprised a bass and guitar driven sound underpinned by McCoy's growled vocals. Lyrically, the band incorporated magical themes, referencing the Cthulhu Mythos, Sumerian Mythology, Chaos Magic and Aleister Crowley.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fields_of_the_nephilim