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AN EPITAPH

Antimatter

Experimental/Post Metal


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DVD/Video, released in 2019

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Leaving Eden (4:39)
2. Black Eyed Man (6:34)
3. The Last Laugh (5:19)
4. Little Piggy (6:51)
5. Too Late (6:03)
6. The Power of Love (4:10)
7. The Judas Table (6:43)
8. Stillborn Empires (7:27)
9. Epitaph (4:08)
10. Redemption (7:34)
11. Conspire (4:17)
12. The Weight of the World (4:42)
13. Legions (7:32)
14. Fighting for a Lost Cause (6:30)

Total Time 82:29

Line-up / Musicians

- Mick Moss / vocals, acoustic guitar
- Alina Belova / additional vocals
- Dave Hall / guitar, e-bow
- Ste Hughes / bass
- Fab Regmann / drums
- Andriy Oleksandrov / cello
- Anatoliy Gavrylov / viola
- Andriy Mazko / violin
- Maksym Ginchenko / violin

Releases information

DVD + CD Music in Stone MIS 110 (2019, UK)

Release date November 11, 2019

DVD and CD have the same track listing except track 14 is only on the DVD.

Recorded and filmed before a live audience at "Monteray Live Stage", Kyiv, Ukraine on November 26, 2016

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