18 Songs, 58 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
28 Ratings
28 Ratings
RicerXstaC ,

Yes, yes, more yes

This album is better than Split the Atom. If you like Noisia, just get it. Another demonstration of their fantastic experimental sound. Great tracks throughout. Ridiculously heavy at times, and reminiscent of some of their older tunes. Worthy of any collection of electronic music.

CuloQueso ,


Its dank

Intershade ,

Not a coincidence

What an amazing album! All kinds of genre bending tunes! Noisia's best yet!

About Noisia

Noisia, an acclaimed drum'n'bass trio from the Netherlands, occasionally produce other styles as well, including breaks and house. Founded in 2002 in Groningen, the trio is comprised of producers Martijn van Sonderen, Nik Roos, and Thijs de Vlieger. They made their recording debut in 2003 with the Silicon/Tomahawk 12" release on Nerve Recordings. They proceeded to produce a flurry of releases for drum'n'bass labels including Moving Shadow, Ram Records, Virus Recordings, and Renegade Hardware, among many others. They also founded their own labels Vision Recordings and Division Recordings. In 2008 they released Fabriclive.40, their stylistically diverse entry in the long-running mix album series. The debut album Split the Atom would follow in 2010, while 2011 found them working on the soundtrack to the video game MotorStorm: Apocalypse. ~ Jason Birchmeier




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