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INTO THE EVERFLOW

Psychotic Waltz

 

Progressive Metal

4.15 | 194 ratings

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b_olariu
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4 stars Psychotic Waltz is in my opinion and for sure many are agree with me, one of the best and most intristing progressive metal bands genre ever had. Releasing only 4 albums in the '90's but one hell of a legacy they left behind. I don't think is a prog metal fan that doesn't know at least one of their albums. Into the everflow is the second album issued in 1992 of this excellent band and yet to many the peak of their career, well maybe, but to me remains always my personal fav Mosquito, hard to describe it in words but remains that way since it was release. Into the everflow is a progressive metal album with plenty of dark moods and psychedelic twists, Black Sabbath meets King Crimson meets Queensruche in places, with a metal infuse, the result is a damn great one. The slow tempo of some pieces , the mood of voice of Buddy Lackey is brilliant, one of the best vocalists ever, his voice and tone perfect and very unique. My fav track from here is Tiny streams, one hell of a piece, just perfect Black Sabbath feel, very psychedelic in aproach but what a great tune, all piece stands in that manner, quite original and very innovative for that period, realy. I've always love Psychotic Waltz, they were unique for sure in their field, from guitar tone to the excellent voice of Buddy Lackey, this band was among the best and one of the most original aswell. to bad that they didn't last to much in musical bussines, but we have besides their music legacy another band Dead Soul Tribe, almost same with PW Buddy Lackey in big form. So, 4 stars for sure, but not as great and Mosquito, who remains my fav PW album ever, still a recommended album with plenty of excellent moments, fans of prog metal for sure will enjoy.
b_olariu | 4/5 |

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