Antimatter + Kristoffer Gildenlöw

Antimatter + Kristoffer Gildenlöw

  • Doors open: 19:30
  • Start: 20:15
  • Presale: 21,- (incl. service charge)
  • At the door: 25,-
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Tonight a co-headline of Antimatter and Kristoffer Gildenlöw and band. Gildenlöw will present songs from his upcoming album 'The Rain'. Antimatter will perform songs from 'The Judas Table' (2015) and their other highly acclaimed albums.

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Antimatter

UK rock band Antimatter was formed in 1997 by Mick Moss and Duncan Patterson, former Anathema bass player. The two of them produced three albums together: Saviour (2001), Lights Out (2003), and Planetary Confinement (2005). While the first two focussed on melodic vocals and a dark, gothic and ambient sound, the third started to shift towards a more melancholic rock sound. Shortly after the release of Planetary Confinement Patterson left the band. Mick Moss continued the project building on the sound of Planetary Confinement and released the album Leaving in Eden in 2007. Antimatter’s latest album, The Judas Table (2015), got many favourable reviews. “The Judas Table”, explains long-term singer/songwriter Mick Moss, ‘’is a concept album exploring the residual bad energy left in the psyche after falling in and out of a relationship with a toxic personality, and also examines the driving force behind betrayal, lies and manipulation.

http://www.antimatteronline.com/

Kristoffer Gildenlöw

Swedish musician and composer Kristoffer Gildenlöw is best known for his work as bass guitarist in the band Pain of Salvation, where he played bass from 1994 until 2006. Gildenlöw, who has been living in The Netherlands for a long time, has recorded over 25 albums, either as band member or guest musician. He has worked with Lana Lane, The Damian Wilson Band, Dark Suns, Dial, For All We Know, and the Consortium Project. Tonight Kristoffer and his band will perform songs from his new album ‘The Rain’. Line up: Kristoffer Gildenlöw, Dirk Bruinenberg, Paul Coenradie, Anne Bakker, Rick Snel, Daniël Huijben and Dec Burke.

http://www.kristoffergildenlow.com/
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