"Distance" was an excellent, moody electro number and served well as a forerunner for the album, which consequently has that feel on melancholy and darkness. Clever melodies and skittering basslines can't fully slow down the feeling of approaching despair. Hints of EBM and futurepop can be found, but never take center stage.
"Nomme" has everything Emmon fans love, as well as a few new spices. An even album, filled with gloom and ingenious electropop can never fail in my book. A few pronunciation issues can't halt that impression.