In late 2018 and early 2019 both Krallice and Geryon released their own independent EPs digitally via bandcamp and streaming platforms. This split combines those releases together on a physical format for the first time.
"Wolf" by Krallice shows some new tones and moods that have only been hinted at by the band's previous, extensive catalog. Sometimes more abstract and sometimes more atmospheric, "Wolf" is compelling compliment to an already impressive catalog of compositions.
"Astomatous" by Geryon was created by developing material that was originally intended for the never-achieved second album by Astomatous, a project that pre-dates both Krallice and Geryon and also had McMaster and Weinstein at its songwriting core.