A second full-length, 10-tracks record "1.9 Deuteros" was released in June 2019. It features Ian Giedrojć on vocals and guitar, Jarosław Koźbiał on drums, Zdenek Rokita on bass. Dobromiła Jaskot - pianist and a renowned modern music composer makes an apperance as a special guest in "Small Time Emperor".
Album cover drawing (lineart) is by Mexican artist Jorge Iracheta.
The first music video was made for the track "The Final Mask".
"1.1 SPlenid Isolation" LP (2011)
In late 2011 a full-length, 11-tracks record was released, entitled "1.1 Splendid Isolation". Apart from the regular CD, the album took a spectacular form of a pendrive resembling a severed human finger. Sporting a Nihil Quest tatoo, the finger was a nod to the video released earlier by the band, depicting German cannibal Armin Meiwes.
Musicians: Ian Giedrojć (vocals), Jarosław "Siwy" Koźbiał (drums), Łukasz "Piehoo" Pieszczyński (bass), Marcin "Cobra" Noryśkiewicz (guitar), Bartłomiej "Pą" Wanecki (guitar).
Guest appearances on the "1.1 Splendid Isolation" record were: Stanisław "Satanisław" Czekała (bass in "Dead Girls"), former member of NQ. Jaymz Stephenson (second solo in "Chemical Saviour"). British, founder of the progressive-thrash metal project The Black Stymphalian. Ignacio "Jevo" Garamendi (solo in "Dead Girls"), a guitar player of Basque origin, playing in heavy & power metal bands: Valhalla, Soulitude, El Reno Renardo. Shupryt, a guitarist from Warsaw. There was no actual appearance of him on the record, however, he co-wrote with Ian the first version of the track "The Last Message".
produced by Ian Giedrojć
"Memento Mortyria", a short story written by the vocalist of Nihil Quest, Ian Giedrojć, was published in the November 2011 issue of Polish "Science Fiction, Fantasy i Horror" magazine. It has motifs connected to the track "Chemical Saviour", as well as some direct quotations from the lyrics.