As it turns out, Schoenbergian atonality goes together with death metal like flies and bad meat. Ehnahre's unfailing dissonance and inherent instability become addictive by album's end, in the same way that the best horror flicks keep us watching -- Ehnahre are masters of creeping tension, the kind that might linger and disappear in its own ether or suddenly ignite (or both, as in "Part IV"). It's rare for a metal band to possess a vision this wide-ranging without compromising its pitch-black core. The Man Closing Up may prove too demanding to inspire many followers, but that's metal's problem, not Ehnahre's. This is way beyond state-of-the-art.
- Prefix Mag
Thus it is also written that Wolvserpent will emerge from their tombs of isolation to spread the mortuary drape across the U.S. as follows throughout the bereaved autumnal twilight of October. Boise, Idaho’s Pussygutt are now known as Wolvserpent. 20 Buck Spin will release the mysterious duo’s 4th LP (first under the new moniker) on October 5th, 2010.