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This is something you could call a "dreamlike liaison". When the Canadian drone doom duo Nadja (who name Troum as one of their early influences) and the German post-industrial drone pioneers Troum (years ago active as Maeror Tri who are still discovered by many drone fans these days) combine their exceptional styles, they form something even vaster as usually known from them. These three long collaboration tracks…

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  • The third of the Endless
  • only Part 3
  • Awesome
  • I think the only reason this album gets criticism is because a lot of Nadja fans aren't used to Troum. Troum is very very prevalent in the collab. It seems as if Nadja kind of paid homage to this huge influence on them by working in that direction rather than pulling it their way.
  • don't know what yall are complaining about. this is pretty good.[2] Besides the Nadja ones, I'm not sure I've ever heard a weak Troum collaboration so I guess THAT is the point of this thing. People seem to see just the Nadja part ;)
  • don't know what yall are complaining about. this is pretty good.
  • Not as good as the Pyramids collab, but solid nevertheless.
  • I especially like the third track. And the first Nadja / Black Boned Angel release, the Atavist/Nadja stuff and, of course, Pyramids with Nadja were really great collabs imo... :)
  • I thought this was a shambolic collaboration. Then again, Nadja's collaborative works have always been pretty damn awful.
  • This was about time to happen. Average by standards of both bands (and if it weren't for the typical Nadja drum machine, this could just be another Troum release), but hey.

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