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Rubicon

About Rubicon

After the breakup of Fields of the Nephilim, vocalist Carl McCoy founded the Nefilim while the remaining members added vocalist Alan Delaney and drifted into Rubicon. Sold on a BIG rock sound by this time, the lads were vulnerable to strains of Journey-meets-U2 arena rock excess. What Starts Ends and Room 101 aren't bad records -- the vocals growl, the guitars resound -- but neither matches the desperados-of-doom majesty of The Nephilim.

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Rubicon

After the breakup of Fields of the Nephilim, vocalist Carl McCoy founded the Nefilim while the remaining members added vocalist Alan Delaney and drifted into Rubicon. Sold on a BIG rock sound by this time, the lads were vulnerable to strains of Journey-meets-U2 arena rock excess. What Starts Ends and Room 101 aren't bad records -- the vocals growl, the guitars resound -- but neither matches the desperados-of-doom majesty of The Nephilim.

About Rubicon

After the breakup of Fields of the Nephilim, vocalist Carl McCoy founded the Nefilim while the remaining members added vocalist Alan Delaney and drifted into Rubicon. Sold on a BIG rock sound by this time, the lads were vulnerable to strains of Journey-meets-U2 arena rock excess. What Starts Ends and Room 101 aren't bad records -- the vocals growl, the guitars resound -- but neither matches the desperados-of-doom majesty of The Nephilim.

About Rubicon

After the breakup of Fields of the Nephilim, vocalist Carl McCoy founded the Nefilim while the remaining members added vocalist Alan Delaney and drifted into Rubicon. Sold on a BIG rock sound by this time, the lads were vulnerable to strains of Journey-meets-U2 arena rock excess. What Starts Ends and Room 101 aren't bad records -- the vocals growl, the guitars resound -- but neither matches the desperados-of-doom majesty of The Nephilim.