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Lights Out

by Antimatter

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Valek Irwin To me, this album (and a lot of Antimatter) is so valuable because it's clearly crafted with care and consideration musically, and the lyrics are eloquent and powerful with clever rhyme and metre. Many acts bank on just good-sounds or have the mind to write good lyrics but the music is half-assed. Antimatter wins on both fronts. Favorite track: Expire.
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Their dark and oppressive sophomore

After Antimatter combined cinematic electronica with relaxed guitar melodies on their debut "Saviour" (2002), "Lights Out" is a considerably darker, more oppressive, more melancholic, but also more intimate work by Mick Moss and Duncan Patterson, before they are going to turn into a largely acoustic affair on their next release "Planetary Confinement" (2005).

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released June 23, 2003

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Antimatter England, UK

All along, Antimatter stands for reflective, melancholic music that is better defined by Mick Moss' charismatic vocals and an emotional undertone than by any stylistic pigeon-holing or mind-cuffs. An important landmark in the founding of Antimatter was Duncan Patterson leaving his former band Anathema, whose albums "Eternity" and "Alternative 4" were strongly informed by his song-writing input. ... more

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