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Saviour

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Valek Irwin My favorites from this are "God is Coming," "Psalms," "Flowers," "Going Nowhere" and "Over Your Shoulder." This is a great album because it's so iconoclastic - it doesn't give religion an inch - but more than just simple blasphemy, it inspires the listener to think and question. We need that more than anything at this point in history. The cover art's crucified, mutilated, angel-winged nude woman seems to imply that woman/the feminine is the real victim in the story of christendom - and I agree. Favorite track: Angelic.
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Antimatter's song-oriented debut

On their debut album "Saviour", Antimatter combine cinematic electronica with laid-back guitar and the melancholic atmosphere of Anathema's "Eternity" and "Alternative 4" albums. Songs such as "Over Your Shoulder", "Flowers", or "Psalms" have been amongst the band's favourites ever since, making Mick Moss and Duncan Patterson's first joint album to an important foundation of Antimatter's discography.

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released July 29, 2002

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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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