This is a review of a split album between Poland's NauseA and France's Nors'Klh called "A Vision of Nothingness" which was released in 2009 by Hypnotic Dirge Records and we will start off the review with Nors'Klh which plays dark ambient.
There side of the album starts off with dark ambient drones and synths and a minute later their music gets a little more louder and when they go into other songs you can hear some drum programming being added into the music as well as more experimental elements and each song they bring in has a different sound while also utilizing a great amount of drones and atmosphere.
Song themes cover science and astronomy, while the production has a very dark and powerful sound to it along with a couple of their songs being very long and epic in length.
In my opinion Nors'Klh are a very great sounding dark ambient/drone project and if you are a fan of this musical genre, you should check out their side of the split. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Meet the Pulsar" and "The Event Horizon".
Next up is NauseA another dark ambient project.
There side of the album starts up with experimental noises along with drones and atmospheric ambient synths and a couple of minutes later you can hear some programmed beats start to kick in and when their music goes into other songs the drones get more dark and esoteric sounding and every song has its own dark and evil sound to it.
Song themes cover darkness and metaphysical topics, while the production has a very dark and powerful sound with the last song being very long and epic in length.
In my opinion NauseA are a very great sounding atmospheric, dark ambient/drone project and if you are a fan of this musical genre, you should check out their side of the split. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Odyssey To The Abyss" and "The Birth of Light".
In conclusion I feel this is a very great sounding split and I would recommend it to all fans of dark ambient and drone. 8/5 out of 10.