This was the second release I got through the Thirty Days of Night Singles club and spelled the first record from November Coming Fire that I owned, having heard great things about them and having only heard a couple of their previous tracks.
The album sleeve is suitably moody, being all black apart from the semi-human/wold torso on the right side.
The back of the sleeve is also black, featuring the song titles and a haunting picture of a lady at the top.
Side A - Evocation
Side B - Beast In Me
Inside the sleeve there's a pull out lyric sheet and when turned over, a black and white band shot.
The vinyl itself is also black, and I believe it's the limited singles club pressing. In the centre of both the A and B side is a black sticker, which signifies the sides.
As far as pressing goes, there was three different colour-ways of this. There was this one (Black), which I believe was limited to 100, there was a Black/Blue version which was limited to 200 and there was a Black/Green version also limited to 200, but please feel free to correct me if I'm wrong.
Also, I believe 80 of both the Black/Blue and Black/Green ones went to NCF themselves, but again feel free to correct me.
The record itself is a short, sharp blast of UK hardcore, with a sludgy, epic feel. You can pick copies of this up still from Thirty Days of Night at http://thirtydaysofnightrecords.bigcartel.com/product/november-coming-fire-evocation-7 and directly from November Coming Fire at http://novembercomingfire.bigcartel.com/product/evocation-beast-in-me. You'll probably also be able to pick up copies from various distros as well.