Antimatter | Welcome to the Machine / Too Late

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Welcome to the Machine / Too Late

by Antimatter

Progressive darkwave rock acoustic with sociological lyrics
Genre: Rock: Avant-Prog
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1. Welcome to the Machine
6:41 $0.99
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2. Killer (Live)
5:21 $0.99
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3. Redemption (Live)
7:27 $0.99
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4. Too Late
6:05 $0.99
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5. By My Side
3:25 $0.99
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6. Landlocked
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Review for 'Welcome To The Machine' from Progressive Music Planet

The multi-talented Mick Moss is back with a new Antimatter single. Not only does it showcase his ability to cover a well-known track and make it his own, but also features 2 live track that proves Antimatter is a formidable live band. It’s never easy to cover such a distinct and iconic track like Pink Floyd’s “Welcome to the Machine,” but Moss is not someone who is afraid to take a chance.

The key to a great cover song is to make the track your own but not to take it too far away from the original that no one recognizes it. The arrangement gives the song a groove that the original lacked. Having drums on the track really drives the song and having throbbing synths harkens back to the original just enough. Moss sounds great vocally and the guitar solo on the track actually makes the song sound slighty more Floydian than the original!

The two live tracks are a pair of songs that, for the uninitiated, give you a good idea of what Anitmatter is all about. “Killer” is off the last studio album “The Judas Table” and is one of my favorite tracks from this powerful set of songs. “Redemption” is from one of my favorite Antimatter albums “Leaving Eden” and is another great choice for the single. Each song highlight the emotional power of the original versions of the songs and also the overall talent of the live Antimatter band.

This single not only makes for a great introduction to the world of Mick Moss and Antimatter but it’s an essential addition for long time fans. Antimatter are one of the best modern progressive bands around today. While they respect classic prog, they are not afraid to update it and give it an added emotional punch.

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