According to Evola, the only people other than Evola himself, he considers almost correct, when we consider the critique of the modern world and cultural nihilism, is Sartre and Nietzsche. And by my own addition, Kafka.
He claims Nietzsche is almost 100% correct, with one shortcoming, his idea around will to power, and the need to amplify certain aspects of the human condition such as, struggle, adversity, etc… Is only needed because of the continuing degeneration and zombification of reality that previous organizations are forcing onto our society.
The solution Evola presents is to not create the Ubermesnch, which represent the perfect individual, but to destroy decaying institutions and organizations and in the ashes you create the environment for strong individuals to create a truly modern and monument to the ancient needs that are basic to every individual.
Nihilism is caused not by the reality that god was killed/dead/imaginary, but the structures of society are still propped against an eroding hill and encroaching desert. But this approaching disaster only represents the internal philosophy of those living within the house, and they welcome it with happiness, drunken with power in a rigged game.