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 Post subject: How The Fields Of The Nephilim Had The Last Laugh (article)
PostPosted: Tue Nov 01, 2016 12:22 am 
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I'm not sure if someone posted this before but I thought I'd share it anyway. I came across it completely by accident. It's a pretty good article, although I wish it was longer.

http://teamrock.com/feature/2012-08-17/ ... last-laugh

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 01, 2016 8:16 am 
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WolfLover wrote:
I'm not sure if someone posted this before but I thought I'd share it anyway. I came across it completely by accident. It's a pretty good article, although I wiah it was longer.

http://teamrock.com/feature/2012-08-17/ ... last-laugh


Interesting, but what is that "chicken dancing brigade" they mention ? Some arcane reference the way only the Brit musical press can invoke ?

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The dancing chicken brigade could be one amongst other Neph legions not yet mentioned -unlike the Towerrazors!
I imagine they refer to the way people used to move bodies waving hands during the gigs of each of the triade FOTN-SOM-Mission.

Yes it is a cool article filled with joyfull tone which I don't remember reading at the time (4 years ago). Thanks Wolflover for sharing it.

Unfortunately « The Outer Limits: Fields Of The Nephilim » the article of December 2015 -linked at the end of it- is not available in full as it is required to subscribe to read the rest in another page.

Good also to read that for Carl, Ceromonies was meant to be "no swan song, nor a nod to nostalgia", and this “I’ve not got anywhere near where I want to be musically yet,” he says. “The band needs to be more mature before it can be fully appreciated. I’ve done my apprenticeship and I believe the future will be my strength. But I’m a patient person – and I’ll get there eventually.” (his words).


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Good also to read that for Carl, Ceromonies was meant to be "no swan song, nor a nod to nostalgia", and this “I’ve not got anywhere near where I want to be musically yet,” he says. “The band needs to be more mature before it can be fully appreciated. I’ve done my apprenticeship and I believe the future will be my strength. But I’m a patient person – and I’ll get there eventually.” (his words).

Great to read this!


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Yes it is a cool article filled with joyfull tone which I don't remember reading at the time (4 years ago). Thanks Wolflover for sharing it.

Unfortunately « The Outer Limits: Fields Of The Nephilim » the article of December 2015 -linked at the end of it- is not available in full as it is required to subscribe to read the rest in another page.

Good also to read that for Carl, Ceromonies was meant to be "no swan song, nor a nod to nostalgia", and this “I’ve not got anywhere near where I want to be musically yet,” he says. “The band needs to be more mature before it can be fully appreciated. I’ve done my apprenticeship and I believe the future will be my strength. But I’m a patient person – and I’ll get there eventually.” (his words).


No problem. It is indeed a pity the rest of ' The Outer Limits: Fields Of The Nephilim' is not available, and is required to subscribe to read the rest of it. 'Ceromonies' was an incredible live album, maybe even better than 'Earth Inferno' in some ways, but as everyone knows 'Earth Inferno' is also an incredible live album.

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Thanks for the share, hadn't read this before...


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Thank you for sharing this.
It's a great find. I learnt a lot and I thought I knew a lot about the band back in the 80s and early 90s. Seems not. I do remember hearing about the flour incident from the band themselves.
I'm afraid I'll hold my hands up to being one of the dancing chicken brigade back then.
Though I'm not liking the name, sounds like some derogatory term the NME would have used back then.


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