"Canadian doomgazers Nadja make an outstanding contribution to Southern's ongoing Latitudes series with this immense album, divided into two long-form compositions. The first, 'Jaguar' is a slow-building droner, stirring up a grim collage of processed bell tolls, guitar scrapes and difficult to decipher field recordings that builds up into a booming low-end dominated soundscape that exudes abstract sludge-maetal gravitas. 'Sky Burial' is quicker to assert itself, cranking up the Nadja drum machine to a curmudgeonly BPM count and wailing through fizzy, colourful walls of electronics bass that lurch about in a minor key. The lead guitar gets especially good as the track reaches its peak, flurrying around through a maelstrom of effects while big, spongy drum hits pierce the mix with a splash of gated reverb." (Boomkat)
Edition of 1000 copies (300 blue, 700 black).