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  • CD (21 avril 2011)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Oblivion - Spv
  • ASIN : B000BR6FCO
  • Autres éditions : Téléchargement MP3
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Disque : 1

  1. Shroud (Exordium)
  2. Straight To The Light
  3. New Gold Dawn
  4. Requiem (Le Veilleur Sielncieux)
  5. Xiberia (Seasons In The Ice Cage)
  6. She
  7. Mourning Sun

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The return of The Preacherman 5 mai 2006
Par Joachim Vetter - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I always get in a special mood,when I hear the voice of mr. mccoy. Bought my first album in 1989, "Dawnrazor", and have been a diciple since then. Waited 10 years for this album, which was released on my 34 yrs. birthday. It's still hypnotizing, elegant and complex, but I FOR SURE MISSES THE WRIGHT Brothers, whom has left the band long ago. The album is a lot better than ZOON, that i definately finds was a deroute from the nephilims musical universe, now wre back in the dreaming universe from the times before we were born. It's beautyfull, dark, emerging and declining in the way that only FOTN can do it. Buy it, and send them a mail, to go on concert. (none has been announced yet)
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Great Music, Terrible Recording 28 janvier 2010
Par Dawnrazor - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
As you can tell, I am a huge Neph fan, and man is it great to have them back.

This album isnt as good as their older stuff, but I like it for the most part. McCoy can set a mood and there is an energy here that is alluring like most of their stuff. She and 2525 are my favorites.

It just is hard to listen to. It is way too compressed...everything is equally loud, and that makes it impossible to listen to for any long period of time. Dawnrazor, and The Nephilim for instance didnt have this problem. Never thought a band like the FOTN who seem to maintain a large amount of control over their production would fall victim to the LOUDNESS WAR...google it.
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Nothing less than perfection 1 juillet 2006
Par Frankland S. Strickland - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Let's all "Celebrate" the "Power" this album reveals. For some fans, this is nothing short of "Paradise Regained" and they will gladly sink into the "Submission" this album demands. Leave all doubts "At the Gates of Silent Memory" and join Fields of the Nephilim on this latest journey. Once you buy this album, I promise "There Your Heart Will Be Also." Okay, sorry, enough of my cheesy silliness! If I'm trying to make a point with all of this, then it is to say that "Mourning Sun" sounds nothing like any of its predecessors, yet, at the same time, it sounds like ALL of them---all of them simultaneously, I might add!

So . . . am I suggesting that one track on this album might sound like something from "Dawnrazor" while another sounds like something from "Elizium"? Well, no, not exactly. What I am suggesting is that all of the ingredients that went into the band's former albums are found here in one recipe. It's sort of a shepherd's pie, if you will . . . no, I got it . . . Cajun gumbo! I don't mean to imply that "Mourning Sun" is a "one size fits all," but I am confident that all fans will be satisfied and will find the elements most palatable from former albums contained herein.

"Straight to the Light" --- McCoy gets the album going at full steam with this one! Those unfamiliar with the band might think this is Death Metal, but we all know better. Still, this one reminds me of "Zoon" more than any other. It is actually preceeded by "Shroud (Exordium)," but "Shroud" is a rather lengthy introduction to the album and is mostly instrumental save for some background voices---think "Intro (the Harmonica Man)" or "Still Life."

"New Gold Dawn" --- Originally, this one was my favorite track since it sounded most like something from "The Nephilim." "The Nephilim" was the first album I ever bought from the band and so I'm naturally inclined to it.

"Requiem XIII-33 (Le Veilleur Silencieux)" --- This one sort of slows the pace down a bit and, at times, is quite reminiscent of what we all loved about "Elizium."

"Xiberia (Seasons In The Ice Cage)" ---- INSTANT CLASSIC ALERT!!! INSTANT CLASSIC ALERT!!!
This song, hands down, is one of my favorites and not only from Fields of the Nephilim, but from all bands of all time! This is a "Stairway to Heaven" caliber song----epic and timeless!!! Want to take a journey that at times reminds you of "Dawnrazor," then "The Nephilim," then "Zoon," and all with "Elizium" going full blast at the same time? Try this one!!! Seriously, as much as I've liked many of the band's other songs through the years, this is now my favorite!!!

"She" ----coming down from the frenzied, cosmic orgasm of the previous track, "She" brings us back to earth. It's a beautiful earth, but still dark and filled with uncertainty. Clocking in at over nine minutes, this is one of the album's longer epics.

"Mourning Sun" ---- The title track, at over 10 minutes in length, is the longest on the album. It goes without saying that this is another epic. Awesome song, awesome journey!

"In the Year 2525" ---- This is a cover song that McCoy makes into his own, if you know what I'm saying. Not found on the original release, it is included here an obligatory "bonus track." I can't say yet how much I like it or whether it actually fits thematically with the rest of the album. Time will tell. Remember though, it is a bonus track!
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The legend continues... 2 août 2008
Par Azazel - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Thank you, McCoy...for this latest sumptuous offering...awesome Masterpiece..."We're Here"... indeed they are......so thanks, it was worth the wait...don't ever stop....Addendum: recently bought the limited edition, which has the awesome cover of "In the Year 2525"--get that one, it's well worth it...
Very good, worth the wait, only one flaw: vocals mixed too high 11 juillet 2006
Par Joe K - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Here's my review from December 5th, 2005, when I got my copy from overseas...

...First let me say I've been a fan of FotN/Nefilim/Nephilim A.D. since 1987-- eighteen ("nineteen") years now. I LOVE Zoon just as much as the first three albums, and although we all know the reasons the quality of Fallen is so poor, I still like it, too (especially "Subsanity"). But just because this is a FotN release doesn't mean I have to give it a perfect 5 stars; I only give it four stars.

...The music is great. I disagree with others that say the songs are too long; I don't think the songs are too long. I love long songs. I give it 4 stars for one reason: McCoys vocals are mixed too loudly into the songs. By the time the third song, "New Gold Dawn," starts, you want to turn the volume down, or skip to another song, hoping he isn't overpowering the music on the next track.

...I feel the album is more like the "Chaocracy"-Zoon-Fallen era than pre-91 FotN.

...The CD starts off with a long intro called "Shroud," ...I love the soundeffects, except for one: a baby crying. If you listen to the lyrics, you'll discover a narrative that carries through the CD: a Watcher/Angel's rebirth in corporeal form after banishment: "Come home/ Malach now/ To your father/ Now cover his face so that he may not see the light/(baby crying)/ That's the one:/ Malach menoodee-ah [means,'banished angel'] I return you/"). The other sound effects are great, but the jarring baby crying ruins the atmosphere created by the song. Baby crying just does not belong in aggressive music.

..."Straight in to the Light" sounds like the faster material on "Fallen." Others complain that the lyrics are too "metal: ("Look up/ Look down"), but I like the aggressive lyrics (remember: I said I loved "Zoon."). For me the weakness of the song is the chorus: "Straight in to the light/ Straight in to the light/ you and I will fly again/ you and I again." There's just nothing there. A stronger chorus would make the song so much better.

... "New Gold Dawn" is the track that suffers the most from McCoy's over-amped vocals. The song would be much better without his unaccompanied sililoquy at the beginning of the song. The first time I listened to the CD, it really annoyed me. With subsequent listening, I can get used to it. These two songs ("...Light," and "...Dawn") are, in my opinion, the weakest on the CD.

..."Xiberia" is the most "Zoon-ish" cut on the album and since I love Zoon, it's my favorite track. Xiberia is fastpaced and brutal. Others complain it is too "electronic." To me, it's the best cut on the album, period. My foot can't keep out of the gas pedal when it comes on in my car, and the safety switch in my amp at home keeps shutting it down because I keep cranking it too loudly!

...Certainly the second half of the album ("Xiberia," "She," and "Mourning Sun") is the better half. "She" and "Mourning Sun" are epics that rise appropriately FotN-style. "She" is the track that reminds me most of Elyzium. "Mourning Sun" is most reminiscent of the material on "Fallen."

...The album is very good. The soundbites and samples are awesome. Just wish the vocals were turned down a couple of decibels... Carl's voice always added its best, eeriest effects when you had to struggle to hear what he was saying.

...Everytime I hear the bonus track, I think of Alien 3!

...Overall, the CD is well worth the price.
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