Fields Of The Nephilim

Fields Of The Nephilim, formed in Stevenage, Hertfordshire (UK) in 1984, were a distinctive goth rock band that incorporated psychedelic and progressive elements. After their split in 1991, vocalist Carl McCoy pursued his project The Nefilim while the rest of the band started Rubicon with vocalist Andy Delany. Despite rumors of a reunion in 1998, it didn't materialize until Carl regrouped and released the Mourning Sun album in 2005. With various lineup changes over the years, Fields Of The Nephilim continue to captivate audiences with their unique sound.


  • 1984 - 1985: Carl McCoy (vocals), Tony Pettit (bass), Paul Wright (guitar), Gary Whisker (saxophone), Nod Wright (drums)
  • 1985 - 1991: Carl McCoy (vocals), Tony Pettit (bass), Paul Wright (guitar), Peter Yates (guitar), Alexander 'Nod' Wright (drums)
  • 1998: Carl McCoy, Tony Pettitt, Nod Wright, Paul Wright
  • 2000: Carl McCoy, Tony Pettitt, John "Capachino" Carter, Paul Miles, Simon Rippin


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