The other album is Veni Nox Anima, an 18.5 minute EP that to me is clearly the darker of the two records. The fantastic cover art on this may tell you that before you hear a note, but once the records starts, you're not convinced right away that this is a very dark record. The first 40 seconds of the first track, "Excoriate," are downright pretty, before giving way to some brutal electronics and distortion. And for most of the rest of the record, chaos is the name of the game. The second track, "Reveal," features some fantastic synth work over top of the ambient textures, accented by by guttural vocals that wouldn't be at all out of place on a metal record. The 3rd and final track, "Veni Nox Anima," brings the album to a close rather adeptly, bringing together the best parts of the first two songs (sans the vocals).
Both these albums were mastered at 45 rpms, pressed on 180-gram vinyl, and come in high-quality gatefold packaging that has become the norm for Denovali. Friends in Europe can get these direct from the label, but folks in the US would be better-served to grab these from our friends at Experimedia.