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The Nephilim (album)

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Released  September 1988
Genre  Gothic rock
Producer  Fields of the Nephilim
Recorded  1988
Length  55:23
Label  Situation Two/Beggars Banquet

The Nephilim is the second studio album by Fields of the Nephilim, was released in September 1988 by Situation Two/Beggars Banquet Records. The record debuted at number 12 in the UK album charts.

The album was recorded in The Justice Rooms, a former courthouse in England’s Somerset countryside where defendants who were sentenced to death were hanged on site. “The place had a really cool vibe,” recalls bassist Tony Pettitt.

The Nephilim’s opening track, “Endemoniada," shares its name with a 1968 Mexican horror film, and features a man growling “penitentziagitae!,” sampled from Ron Perlman's hunchback character, Salvatore, in The Name of the Rose. The album's top-charting single, "Moonchild," shares its name with Aleister Crowley's novel. The lyrics for "Moonchild" and "Last Exit for the Lost" reference H. P. Lovecraft's character Cthulhu.

Track listing

  1. "Endemoniada" – 7:15
  2. "The Watchmen" – 5:31
  3. "Phobia" – 3:37
  4. "Moonchild" – 5:40
  5. "Chord of Souls" – 5:08
  6. "Shiva" – 4:50
  7. "Celebrate" – 6:23
  8. "Love Under Will" – 7:08
  9. "Last Exit for the Lost" – 9:42


The Nephilim (album) Wikipedia

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