[QUOTE=TheDreamlord]And lets not mention their ridiculous follow up.[/QUOTE]
Yeah, let’s not - Luckily 666 International came out that year to stear industrial BM into a… proper direction (ducks back into cover)
But yeah, my fondness for Nexus Polaris might really be mostly based on a mixture of nostalgia, ignorance (*) and hilarious memories of playful defiance. It arrived at a time where i often found myself on concerts surrounded by people in stereotypical transilvanian hunger and filosofem t-shirts, so discussing the musical merits of nexus polaris with those people was my equivalent of this generations fondness for rooftop parkour. good memories!
(*: i have a lot of blank spaces in my black metal curriculum since i come from more of a crust punk, grindcore and stoner/doom background - i just got dragged to a LOT of black metal concerts in my early twenties, since that was the only thing to do on weekends around here back then.)