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Psychotic Waltz


Progressive Metal

4.10 | 278 ratings

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5 stars While other bands focused on constructed their music on a more complex basis, Psychotic Waltz seemed like smoking pot and getting the ideas out of their heads. More complex than most progressive bands probably, they have managed to get an amazing atmosphere combined with a strange song construction. Insanely weird riffs in this album particularly, weird drumming as well and a singer with an amazing Psychotic voice, hehe. Everything about this one is nearly perfect, from the artwork to the last note of this experience of dizziness, this attempt of insanity, this album of great quality. It is hard to come down to particular songs on this one, but I have to stand out the track "I Remember", one of the most amazing songs ever written in metal and general history. This definite highlight is dedicated to Buddy Luckey's mentor and mastermind of progressive rock music, Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson, with Buddy playing the flute just like he did. One of the few real masterpieces of prog metal history.
V0lcaN0 | 5/5 |


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