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Carl McCoy is a British metal and gothic rock musician.
Carl McCoy was born in Lambeth, London, England on January 18, 1963. He was raised in Brixton by his mother.
Carl McCoy is a rock singer. Carl McCoy is also a co-founding member of the gothic rock band, Fields of the Nephilim. He was the lead vocalist, and composer, and wrote song lyrics for the band. He was captivated by the mysterious and in many of his song lyrics, he included references to the philosophical ideas of early twentieth-century mystic Aleister Crowley.
The net worth of Carl McCoy is estimated to be somewhere between $1-5 million. The main source of his income is from being a rock singer.
The amount of money Carl McCoy earns per year is estimated to be more than $300,000.
An accurate height of rock singer, Carl McCoy is not known.
On January 18, 1963, Carl McCoy was born. As of 2022, the rock singer is 59 years old.
Carl McCoy is married to Lynn McCoy. The couple has two daughters named Scarlett McCoy and her sister, Eden McCoy. Scarlett McCoy and her sister Eden McCoy recorded guest vocals on their father's album 'Mourning Son'.
Carl McCoy is a founding member of the gothic rock band, Fields of the Nephilim. He was the lead vocalist, composer, musician, and lyric writer from 1984-1991 and recorded many albums with the band. McCoy left Fields of the Nephilim to form a new band called The Nefilim in 1992. In 1996, he and his band, The Nefilim, released their debut album and one single. From 2003 onwards, Carl McCoy has been recording with Fields of the Nephilim, along with his new band The Nefilim, and releasing albums.
Carl McCoy also works as a graphic artist and owns a design company named Sheerfaith. Sheerfaith produces artwork and animations, and also provides sound production, graphic design, and connected creative services. Sheerfaith has also been accountable for a number of different bits of artwork and graphic design for Fields of the Nephilim and Nefilim releases. Sheerfaith has also shaped artwork for other projects, such as for the Storm Constantine book 'Hermetech' and Andrew Collins' '21st Century Grail'.
Carl McCoy had a guest appearance in the horror film 'Hardware' which was written and directed by his friend Richard Stanley and released in 1990. Carl McCoy also assisted in the 2000 film 'The 13th Sign', by voicing the villain, operating the second assistant camera, and by providing the closing credits music.
The hobbies of Carl McCoy include reading, writing, and composing songs.
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