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Planetary Confinement

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Valek Irwin This album is amazing. It's the first almost totally-acoustic work of Antimatter's, and it's a true classic from my late adolescence and early adulthood. The crisp, darkly-written guitars and pristinely-recorded hand-drums remind me of the autumn - my favorite season. I could listen to this album all night... y'know, if the awesome, room-filling bass wouldn't wake my neighbours. >.< Favorite track: The Weight Of The World.
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Moss and Patterson go unplugged

On towards new pastures! While their first two albums seduced the listeners with a blending of relaxed guitars and darkly melancholic electronic elements, their new work "Planetary Confinement" has turned out to be an acoustic, fragile, and very personal album. Asked why they chose to cut a nearly purely acoustic album, Mick Moss and Duncan Patterson responded: "Of course, the 2003 Unplugged tour was an influence. We wanted to do a session that was 100% wood. So there's a completely natural feel throughout the session."

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released July 29, 2005

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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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