Fields Of The Nephilim - Zoon

8.2 | 57 votes |
Release date: October 1996
Style: Gothic metal, Death metal


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01. Still Life
02. Xodus
03. Shine
04. Penetration
05. Melt (The Catching Of The Butterfly)
06. Venus Decomposing
07. Pazuzu (Black Rain)
08. Zoon (Pts. 1 & 2) (Saturation)
09. Zoon (Pt. 3) (Wake World)
10. Coma

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After leaving the Fields Of The Nephilim (but while holding the rights to the name), the band's vocalist and main composer, Carl McCoy went into hibernation for a good 5 years. Its a shame as were he to make a follow up to 1991's excellent, critically acclaimed "Elizium", his career would likely rocket. Unfortunately, this didn't happen and after a 5 year hiatus McCoy found himself facing a very different world of music. A world that required something more brutal than anything he has done before.

published 03.11.2005 | Comments (6)

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20.08.2012 - 13:45
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To quote someone on RYM:

"sounds like Slayer for goths but it's pretty goddamn awesome"
15.03.2017 - 00:39
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Tage Westerlund
Some songs was as industrial metal I think. most heaver band album, but still don't lost a touch whit 80's gothic.
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