The Antidote (Moonspell album)

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The Antidote
TheAntidote Cover 200.jpg
Studio album by Moonspell
Released September 29, 2003
Genre Gothic metal
Length 54:28
Label Century Media
Producer Hiili Hiilesmaa, Moonspell
Moonspell chronology
Darkness and Hope
(2001)
The Antidote
(2003)
Memorial
(2006)
Singles from The Antidote
  1. "Everything Invaded"
    Released: July 28, 2003
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

The Antidote is the sixth studio album by Portuguese gothic metal band Moonspell, released in 2003 by Century Media. It is regarded as a return to a heavier musical style in comparison to the previous album, Darkness and Hope, although it is nonetheless quite different from all the previous albums.

The third track, "Everything Invaded" had a music video.

Book[edit]

The album was released with a (limited) book named O Antídoto (the antidote, in Portuguese) by José Luís Peixoto. They both share a single concept and the same story. Each song in the CD is sister to a chapter in the book that enhances the story in the lyrics. The CD contains the book in electronic format.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "In and Above Men"   04:11
2. "From Lowering Skies"   05:25
3. "Everything Invaded"   06:16
4. "The Southern Deathstyle"   04:07
5. "Antidote"   04:45
6. "Capricorn at Her Feet"   06:04
7. "Lunar Still"   06:55
8. "A Walk on the Darkside"   04:44
9. "Crystal Gazing"   04:52
10. "As We Eternally Sleep on It"   07:09
Total length:
54:28

Enhanced CD Content[edit]

  1. Multimedia Player With:
  • The Novel of Antidote (Digital Book)
  • Everything Invaded (Video)

Personnel[edit]

  • Fernando Ribeiro - vocals
  • Morning Blade - guitars
  • Pedro Paixão - guitars, keyboards, samples
  • Miguel Gaspar - drums

Additional personnel[edit]

  • Niclas Etelävuori - bass
  • Paulo Moreira - cover art, layout, photography
  • Adriano Esteves - design
  • Mika Jussila - mastering
  • Hiili Hiilesmaa - producer, engineering, mixing
  • Wojtek Blasiak - artwork

Charts[edit]

Chart (2003) Peak
position
Portuguese Albums Chart[2] 4

References[edit]