ANTIMATTER's MOSS To Tour With ANATHEMA's DANNY CAVANAGH
ANTIMATTER mainman/lyricist/singer Mick Moss will perform live acoustic sets with Danny Cavanagh (ANATHEMA) in October. Also performing will be Sean Jude (LEAFBLADE). The dates are as follows:
Oct. 20 - Honefoss, NOR @ Lloyds pub
Oct. 21 - Trondheim, NOR @ Kafe Larssen
Oct. 22 - Oslo, NOR @ TBA
Oct. 24 - Kristiansand, NOR @ Kick Music Hall
Check out a poster for the mini-tour at this location.
ANTIMATTER last spring announced plans to record its fourth album, "Leaving Eden", tentatively dye late 2006/early 2007 via The End Records. Confirmed guest musicians for the follow-up to 2005's "Planetary Confinement" include Danny Cavanagh (lead guitar, piano), Ste Hughes (bass), Rachel Brewster (violin) and Chris Phillips (drums).
ANTIMATTER earlier in the year licensed its live CD, "Live@K13" to the Greek label Sleaszy Rider. The CD, which was originally issued in 2003, was to be re-released year with two bonus tracks.
"Live@K13" was recorded live in Lille, France and features covers by classic ANATHEMA tracks such as "Lost Control", "Alternative 4" and more.
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