LA psychedelic post-metallers Black Math Horseman broke up in 2013, four years after releasing their only album (2009's Wyllt), and in the time since then, bassist/vocalist Sera Timms has stayed busy with her bands Ides of Gemini, Black Mare, and ZUN. Now, after a seven year break, Black Math Horseman will finally reunite.

Last year, they posted a few very vague teasers on social media, and now they have announced that they'll open the LA stop of YOB's West Coast tour with the new Unsane offshoot Human Impact. That goes down March 22 at Echoplex, and BMH write:

We are so grateful to have come together again creatively, and to be embarking on this next chapter of Black Math Horseman. Thank you to everyone who has supported us along the way, there’s more to come.

Thank you Church of the 8th Day & Yob for having us.
We’re excited!

Stay tuned to find out about what more is to come, and stream Wyltt below...

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