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BLACK MATH HORSEMAN ‎– WYLLT CD

by BLACK MATH HORSEMAN

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BLACK MATH HORSEMAN ‎– WYLLT (2009)

"Black Math Horseman = Led Zeppelin's bombast + Black Sabbath's rhythm section + 1970s psych rock dilation + Isis' minimal-maximal dynamics. This is a horrible description, I know. But when listening to Wyllt, it's impossible not to hear decades of record collecting riffling by. Parts of "Deerslayer", for example, could have been on Badmotorfinger (Soundgarden chaneling Sabbath), Ritual de lo Habitual (Jane's Addiction channeling Zeppelin), and, of all things, She Hangs Brightly. Sera Timms' mostly cool-tempered voice suggests Nico on 4AD, complete with ghostly reverb. The gauzy "Torment of the Metals" recasts the Doors' "The End" as Krautrock. But though this record was raised on radio, no cuts are obvious singles, especially with Timms haunting the back of the mix. A college party soundtrack this is not." PITCHFORK

CD ALBUM - CAT NO. UGCD059

TRACKLIST:
1 Tyrant
2 Deerslayer
3 A Barren Cause
4 Origin Of Savagery
5 Torment Of The Metals
6 Bird Of All Faiths And None / Bell From The Madrone

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