Antimatter is the 1993 debut album of UK industrial band Cubanate. Notable among the tracks are "Body Burn" which is one of the band's most popular singles, and "Autonomy", which was featured in an instrumental version in the video game Gran Turismo alongside 3 tracks from Cubanate's Cyberia album.
Antimatter is a band formed by Duncan Patterson, former bass player and songwriter of Anathema, and Mick Moss. This project steps away from the heavy metal genre and presents a more melancholic, ambient atmosphere, continuing in the vein of Alternative 4, Patterson's last album with Anathema. Antimatter places focus on rhythm, melodic vocal lines, and dark electronic dubs, and balances on the borderline between goth and trip hop.