Cubanate were one of the most significant industrial rock bands of the 1990s, cited as an influence by early nu-metal bands and electronic groups such as the Prodigy, which should go some way to establishing your first impressions of the outfit. 'Antimatter' is an interesting mix of metal and techno styles that meets in the centre as a more accurate balance than something like Nine Inch Nails, with enough hard riffs for rock fans and an ever-present electronic spine for underground ravers.
It's fairly obvious which songs were intended for radio play, as 'Black-Out,' 'Body Burn' and the more overly electronic 'Autonomy' all possess an instant catchiness and level of repetition not found in the others, but this serves to diversify the album. 'Junky' is very reminiscent of the style later popularised by the Prodigy, and the processed guitar elsewhere is similar to Trent Reznor's work on Nine Inch Nails' more rock-oriented 'Broken' E.P.
2. Body Burn
3. Revolution Time
10. Body Burn (Ext. D-Code Mix)
11. Kill or Cure
Disc #1 Tracklisting
1 Body Burn
4 Metal [D-Code Hard Mix]
8 Kill or Cure
9 Body Burn [D-Code Club Mix]
10 Angeltrance [D-Code Mix]
11 Junky [D-Code Industriance Mix]
12 Body Burn [Joolz Extended Mix]