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  • Audio CD (April 21, 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: backs
  • ASIN: B001VBYQC0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,969,199 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Jason on June 8, 2009
Format: Audio CD
Tee-Pee records hits us with another gem. "Wyllt" is solid debut for Black Math Horseman. Imagine if you will what would happen if Isis were fronted by a woman with a voice equal parts sexy and sinister, but the engineer on the record had the good sense to drench the vocals in reverb and bury them in the mix. Of course, this only scratches the surface. The loud-soft dynamic one expects to find in "post-metal," as people have taken to calling it, is used more effectively than many of their contemporaries. They are able to hit on both extremes of the spectrum, from the sublimely psychedelic to the punishingly heavy and crescendos/decrescendos at all points in between. And most refreshingly, their dynamic swells don't always lead to over-the-top heaviness. They also know when to back off. Their sense of space is extremely mature, especially considering that this is their debut.

In short, Black Math Horseman have managed to throw some new tricks into the playbook of a genre that hasn't been producing many new tricks lately.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Joel Anderson on July 16, 2011
Format: MP3 Music
I put off buying this for several months after first previewing it, and really wish that I hadn't.

The songs are all haunting, dynamic, and compelling. I was originally worried that this would be one of those albums that we all come across from time to time(especially in this genre) where there are 3 interesting songs, and the rest are a boring, sleep-inducing drone. Not the case here. This one is a great listen from start to finish, and a real gem.
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By Martin Kimbrell on June 29, 2014
Format: MP3 Music Verified Purchase
Awesome Album!
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Format: Audio CD
My fiance and I were at the record shop last week when she picked this out for me out of the used bin because of it's bleak art motif she thought it might be something up my alley given my love of all types of black metal. That said she couldn't have been more right and this is NOT black metal. In fact putting a genre stamp on this is very difficult. Though not really "METAL," the influence of metal is unmistakable. One person drew a parallel to Isis, which I feel that but with it's bleak and spacey feel coupled with moments of buzzing jagged riffs and drums that are both thundering and winding this feels much closer to the realm of ambient black metal. Influence on this album can be felt from the likes of Weakling, Leviathan, Wolves in the Throne Room, In the Woods, and yes Isis, Pelican, and even Agalloch, Opeth, and Tool, in fact I dare say these guys are even Death Spell Omega fans. Though it's lack of any metal vocals (save a scream or two) (all vocals are female) lend this a lot of accessibility it would not otherwise have. Like much of the music from the afformentioned bands Wyllt's music is heavy without being "heavy." The important part is that this album, this band, are awesome! As mentioned it is bleak and spacey yet highly dynamic. Much like the other bands mentioned above it is the drums that really help to drive move and bring together all of the atmosphere and riffing. Short story, this is a sick piece of black metal influenced moody ambient music. I would recommend this to pretty much anyone especially anyone who likes the bands above.
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