For the record, harsh noise was never experimental or groundbreaking. It's just psychedelia with a GRRR >:[ aesthetic. Like most ambient music its value is exactly what you project into it. In other words: new age music for people with fedoras/intellectual inferiority complexes. I'm not saying that makes it bad.
Besides the ten seconds of taiko drum funfest that's found in "Tokyo Times Ten" this album is essentially Merzbow taking the most boring pieces of noise, putting them on repeat for twenty minutes at a time and then just kinda letting it go on its own directionless path.