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.