"Middle Pillar" starts the album with haunting notes that explode into roaring fuzzy riffs, crashing drums and harsh vocals. Next, "Nothingness" slows things back down with sparse noise elements before the mellow "Crucible" introduces blues-style guitar work that juxtaposes the track's ominous atmosphere. Twangy acoustic guitars captivate throughout "Merkabah," which is a disconcerting, yet stunningly beautiful, number.
"Limitless Nothingness" is a simple banjo track that carries on the melancholic vibe before "Limitless Light" closes the album with over 12 devastating minutes of slow and dense psychedelic rhythms. The combination of abrasive and delicate sounds is compelling throughout the album, while themes inspired by Qabalistic concepts add to the thought-provoking characteristic of Ain-Soph Aur. (Independent)