Antidotes is the debut studio album by British indie rock band Foals. It was released on 24 March 2008 in the United Kingdom on Transgressive Records, and on 8 April 2008 in the United States through Sub Pop. The album's themes are varied and cryptic, but are generally melancholic and focused on relationships. They are exemplified by the four singles: "Balloons", "Cassius", "Red Socks Pugie", and "Olympic Airways".
Decipher is the second album by Dutch symphonic metal band After Forever, released in 2001. In this album, the band make use of live classical instruments and a complete choir to back up the soprano voice of lead singer Floor Jansen. Thrown in the mix are also a duet of soprano and tenor voices in "Imperfect Tenses" and the recording of the late Israeli PM Yizhak Rabin voice during the Peace treaty signing ceremony on October 26, 1994 on "Forlorn Hope".
Iskra Yaima’s third album Antidote (2018) was carefully crafted as a journey, a pulsing and fluctuating expanse of soundscapes entwined through the delicacies of human emotion. From start to finish this album is a portrayal of the element of fire, the dance of passion and renewal, the deep inner work of intention and the cultivated patience of devotion. Born of an ancient tune, layered in time - Antidote was written as a way to rekindle the spark of inspiration and new growth, the idea of transmutation and the power of transformation.
The Virus and Antidote is a producer who combines death metal with trap and makes a new sound that works. He produced for Bones, XXXTENTACION, Kamiyada+, and many others. He is also the co-founder of Midnight Society. Popular The Virus & Antidote songs.
Symphonic Heavy After Forever. Liste der Bands Symphonic Heavy After Forever Decipher. Band Name After Forever. Erscheinungsdatum 27 Mai 2001. Labels Transmission Records. Musik GenreSymphonic Heavy. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen287. 2. Monolith of Doubt.
Data de aparición 1997. Labels Self-Released. Estilo MusicalStreet Punk - Oi. Miembros poseen este álbum0.
After Forever's second album, 2001's Decipher, saw the Dutch sextet making great strides toward developing a distinctive and personal sound, and it vaulted them to the very forefront of Europe's operatic metal scene to boot.