Since their formation 15 years ago, and fronted by long-time member Mick Moss, Antimatter have moved through a broad range of musical identities. The debut ‘Saviour’ (best album and best newcomer of the year, Psycho! Magazine, 2001) launched the project with a heavy vein in electronica, whilst ‘Planetary Confinement’, four years later, saw a completely acoustic canvass. The next, much celebrated ’Leaving Eden’ album sealed the chameleonic nature of Antimatter, portrayed this time as a downbeat classic rock outfit. Over the years, tracks have been selected for programming use by the BBC and MTV, others have crossed over to different genres with their use by German rapper Bushido, reaching number 14 and 16 in the German charts, whist Moss’ vocal guest on the single ‘Broken Smile’ helped the track reach the official number 1 spot in Armenia, in 2012. Antimatter have headlined at the prestigious ‘Wave Gotik Treffen’ (2009), ‘Hard Rock Laager’ (2003) the recent ‘1st Annual Rock Fest’ in Armenia. Most recently we have seen the progressive rock/new wave hybrid ‘Fear Of A Unique Identity’ (entering the German newcomer charts at number 6) followed by 2015’s melancholic art-prog ‘The Judas Table’, leaving us with the question, what will they sound like next? One thing is for sure, the introspective, socio-psychological lyrics, dark musical vibe, and Moss’s soulful vocals, all staples of Antimatter’s trademark texture, will remain.