Spiral is the second NFD‘s offical video from their latest masterpiece album – Waking The Dead – in a recent talk with Oskar Terramortis, Peter “Bob” White revealed new album is on progress, also Peter revealed his intention to release the NFD catalog on vinyl. An exclusive interview for Gothic-Rock.com will be published soon.
“Waking The Dead” has an almost-ritualistic atmosphere at the beginning; the intensity escalates with the use of abrasive guitar riffs and dramatic chords, the track has a perfect balance. This is a ten-minute epic, it’s so well constructed and it exudes an exquisite musicianship. “Got left behind” displays some of the melodic harmonies of the Goth Rock of The Eden House, but in steroids (and this is not strange because there are people involved in both bands) I like the guitar work in this one so much: This combination of classic Gothic Rock guitar sound, and metalized- grinding riffs sounds pretty well here. “Spiral” has crushing rhythmic guitars combined with classic Goth guitars in the foreground; the rhythm section is strong, and the voice has power and density.
This track is solid as a block of steel. “Let You Fall” has very deep introspection, and is an utterly passionate tune; it has melancholic chords and it rises to higher peaks of intensity. After this evocative atmosphere; “Red Sky Burning” is a like total sucker punch: Those guitar riffs just broke into the scene like a wrecking ball; this is Gothic music with a huge Rock-ing background. It’s hardened Gothic Rock, and it sounds really BIG.
“The Great Divide” is another mid-tempo Gothic Rock song, with a good dose of heavy guitars and entrancing harmonies; it’s so well constructed and it has a great combination of different musical textures. “Evermore” is acoustic sound, and hypnotic harmonies. “Return To Dust” begins with a rising crescendo, and it leads us to a feast of guitars and great rhythm; this one exudes classicism, passion, and powerful vocal performance. “The Silence Of The Angels” begins with some ethereal, and trip inducing harmonies (according to the NFD standards) this song runs thru several transformations, leading us to rocking guitar passages and energetic rhythms, we have another epic one here. “Without End” is pure atmospheric sound; it´s just like a vortex that take you to the silence and darkness, to the very end of this album.