Antimatter - The Judas Table



7.7 | 63 votes |
Release date: 9 October 2015
Style: Atmospheric rock

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01. Black Eyed Man
02. Killer
03. Comrades
04. Stillborn Empires
05. Little Piggy
06. Hole
07. Can Of Worms
08. Integrity
09. The Judas Table
10. Goodbye

Additional info
Available editions:
  • CD.
  • 2CD digibook, incl. bonus CD with album commentary by Mick Moss.
  • Gatefold 2LP (180g vinyl), incl. poster and PVC protection sleeve (500 copies available).
  • Box set including the 2CD digibook, 2 post cards (one signed and numbered by Mick Moss) and a sticker; exclusive to the Prophecy online shop and only 250 copies available.

  • Staff review by
    Dream Taster
    Rating:
    7.7
    Antimatter is a band formed by Duncan Patterson, former bass player and songwriter of doom metal band Anathema. Mick Moss picked up the pieces when Duncan Patterson left the band in 2004. And to the surprise of many pundits, the next couple of albums knocked it out of the park. So much so that nearly a decade later, Leaving Eden is rightfully regarded as the band's masterpiece. But Mick Moss is a musician with a message, and Antimatter is his vessel. After the rather fascinating Fear of a Unique Identity, Moss is still going strong in 2015 with The Judas Table, another journey through the complex exploration of human emotions.

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    published 29.11.2015 | Comments (4)

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    Comments: 8   Visited by: 205 users
    05.10.2015 - 17:47
    Rating: 5
    LeKiwi
    High Fist Prog
    I wasn't expecting much, but the first track was really something. Unfortunately, the rest of the album doesn't come close to the quality of that track. The last few tracks are pretty decent, but doesn't save the album from being mediocre.
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    12.10.2015 - 11:12
    slim pickings
    Account deleted
    I listened to it once in its entirety plus I listened some more to the songs I enjoyed the most (Can of Worms has become a favorite).
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    14.10.2015 - 22:48
    Rating: 8
    Dark Forever
    Ruído Sonoro
    Great beginning, great ending, but that middle section is a bit too... Experimental. Not on the positive way. Still, another great album.
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    Taste the DARK...
    ... and you'll live FOREVER!
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    30.10.2015 - 23:43
    Rating: 9
    MelancholiaC
    I wasn't expecting a great response for this band from the MS crowd, but it seems people are overly harsh on this album and not giving it enough chance; this is much more layered and progressive effort compared to the brilliant Leaving Eden - and not straight forward by any means, vocal melodies included. I'm addicted to the melancholic atmosphere mixed with a dose of misanthropic contempt and acrimony. Antimatter seem to be always overshadowed by Anathema, but this beats the lacklustre Distant Satellites by a thousand miles.
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    06.11.2015 - 20:56
    Rating: 10
    Passenger
    Lost To Apathy
    Written by MelancholiaC on 30.10.2015 at 23:43

    I wasn't expecting a great response for this band from the MS crowd, but it seems people are overly harsh on this album and not giving it enough chance; this is much more layered and progressive effort compared to the brilliant Leaving Eden - and not straight forward by any means, vocal melodies included. I'm addicted to the melancholic atmosphere mixed with a dose of misanthropic contempt and acrimony. Antimatter seem to be always overshadowed by Anathema, but this beats the lacklustre Distant Satellites by a thousand miles.

    I completely agree. It's an amazing album.
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    You don't make up for your sins in church. You do it in the streets. You do it at home. The rest is bullshit and you know it ~ Mean Streets
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    01.02.2016 - 01:42
    Reaper_Redeamer
    Way better than what nowadays Anathema are producing.
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    01.02.2016 - 11:18
    slim pickings
    Account deleted
    Written by Reaper_Redeamer on 01.02.2016 at 01:42

    Way better than what nowadays Anathema are producing.


    Obviously, I dare say.
    Post Judgement Anathema doesn't do much for me these days ( We're Here Because We're Here was good, the rest quite uneven).
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    02.02.2016 - 08:52
    Wukk
    Not feeling this one. Some tracks are okay, but nothing's going to persuade me to put this album on instead of, say, Lights Out.
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    If you're 666 then I'm 777
    http://www.last.fm/user/Joodicator
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