Released: 29/09/23 (delayed from 15/09/23)
It delves further into studio production, further blurring the line between the acoustic and synthetic worlds. Extreme metal elements are thrown into the mixture of traditional Bugandan percussion and club sounds they've become synonymous with.
The distorted, chaotic energy of the record is channelled into a direct critique of the hostile immigration and freedom of movement policies implemented in the UK, as well as across the world. Fuelled by their frustrations with this intentionally convoluted system, the group have produced their most cataclysmic effort to date.
"Linking the high intensity drumming of the Ugandan Nilotican Ensemble with UK producers Spooky-j and pq, Nihiloxica's off the hook energy has been laying waste to tours and dancehalls since pre- pandemic days...the title track provides a vehement answer in the form of four minutes of corrosively headbanging Afrotech. A hostile environment for fascists." - The Wire