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Last Rites

Last Rites

Last Rites


Last Rites consists of the Wright brothers (Paul and Nod) and can best be described as dark, melancholic rock with electronic textures. They were the driving force behind Fields of the Nephilim (1984-1991) when the original line-up of FotN split. After FotN the Wright brothers and the other remaining members (minus Carl McCoy) together with vocalist Andy Delaney started up Rubicon and released several EP's and two albums before calling it quits. In Read more on Last.fm
Last Rites consists of the Wright brothers (Paul and Nod) and can best be described as dark, melancholic rock with electronic textures. They were the driving force behind Fields of the Nephilim (1984-1991) when the original line-up of FotN split. After FotN the Wright brothers and the other remaining members (minus Carl McCoy) together with vocalist Andy Delaney started up Rubicon and released several EP's and two albums before calling it quits. In the late 90'ies the Wright brothers started up Last Rites to continue to evolve musically and stylistically.

After two albums and one EP they're currently working on a third album (2008). Last Rites is also a UK '82 Punk band from around the Glasgow area of Scotland. They released an EP in '83 (We Don't Care EP), an EP in '84 (Fascism Means War EP) and an LP in 1984 (This is the Reaction.) In 1985 they released tracks on a couple compilations. "Scarred for Life" was released on the "No Visible Scars" compilation. Two more tracks were also released on the "A Kick Up the Arse" compilation.

Little information on this band is available these days. Last Rites is also the name of a German black metal band related to the bands Satans Sign of War and Armatus. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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