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Psychotic Waltz


Progressive Metal

4.10 | 273 ratings

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5 stars Let me take you back in 1990 when Guns and Roses were the hottest name in Metal,when Nirvana would prepare their magnum opus 'Nevermind' which i don't like at all,when Fates Warning was the biggest prog metal name alongside with Queensryche,when no one believed that DT would become the prog metal monsters they are now..Then appeared these guys with A Social Grace..When i first listened to it i was shocked..An album without any promotion,an album so difficult to fall in love with,an album that sums up the best parts of metal,an album with so many influences but still manages to be so UNIQUE..They're all here:Jethro Tull,Fates Warning,Anthrax..All under the unique ability of Psychotic Waltz to produce original music and above all inspired music..All songs are great..If i have to pick the best i would choose the Psychotic Waltz..I highly recomend it to you.If you don't like it by the first time you hear it please just give it time and you'll not regret it!
ppl | 5/5 |


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