On March 31st, Lavadome Productions will release “Nihil Quam Vacuitas Ordinatum Est,” the debut album from Italian quartet Ad Nauseam. The label also comments:
“‘Nihil Quam Vacuitas Ordinatum Est’ lights the path into the realms of atonal and dissonant discomfort, while erupting into ominous, lacerating death metal riffing of highest caliber. The mind blowing, punishing tension results in an experience is harrowing and mesmerizing at once.
“The dual vocal attack reinforces the full front assault, one that is seamlessly integrated with contemporary classical influences (including piano and violins from guitarist Andrea P.). Indeed the growing effect of the record twists the nervous system beyond the limits of sanity (one’s perception). The floodgates of creativity are fully open and many powers channeled.
“The album was five years in the making and well worth the wait. The band has recorded and mixed the album in their own studio, even making some of its own equipment to capture the sound exactly as intended. The painstaking effort was driven by passion, energy, and creativity, collectively harnessed to ensure that mediocrity was crushed in the quest to create something relatively unique without abandoning familiar (and beloved) death metal constructs. ‘Nihil Quam Vacuitas Ordinatum Est’ will undoubtedly appeal to fans of Gorguts, Ulcerate, Hate Eternal, Deathspell Omega, Human Remains, Ved Buens Ende and other genre visionaries.”
The track listing is as follows:
1. My Buried Dream
2. Key To Timeless Laws
3. La Maison Diev
4. Into The Void Eye
5. Terror Haze
6. Lost In The Antiverse
7. The Black Veil Of Original Flaw
8. Superimposing Mere Will And Sheer Need