Null & Void opens with sounds akin to a car wreck multiplied, while some layers flow backward and all layers are sped up. Next comes "Null & Void: TV-Q Missile," with an actual song structure complete with screechy chorus and samples -- chamber rock with a prog saxophone solo edge. Null & Void is a release of textured sound that ranges from hardcore industrial tough ("Null & Void: Left Side") to a minimal -- even pretty -- piece of swells and space ("Movie 2"), which was composed (along with "Null & Void- Continued") for the Chinese film The Blue Kite. Ground Zero surprises with a fully realized, complex, experimental (and hardcore) sound.
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AllMusic Review by Joslyn Layne