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Performer: Psychotic Waltz
Title: Into the Everflow
Style: Hard Rock,Heavy Metal
Genre: Pop & Rock
Rating: 4.4
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Psychotic Waltz - Into the Everflow mp3 flac

Psychotic Waltz is a progressive metal band formed in El Cajon, California in 1988

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Into The Everflow by Psychotic Waltz, released 02 September 2013 1. Ashes 2. Out Of Mind 3. Tiny Streams 4. Into The Everflow 5. Little People 6. Hanging On A String 7. Freakshow 8. Butterfly 9. Disturbing The Priest. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.

Tracklist: 1. Ashes, 2. Out Of Mind, 3. Tiny Streams, 4. Into The Everflow, 5. Little People, 6. Hangin’ On A String, 7. Freakshow, 8. Butterfly. More albums from Psychotic Waltz: Bleeding by Psychotic Waltz. A Social Grace by Psychotic Waltz. Mosquito by Psychotic Waltz. View all albums . Into The Everflow.

Into the Everflow (IEF) is Psychotic Waltz's second record and it's as great as the first one. Twin guitar harmonies are again present, this time stronger with more Floyd Rose tricks, like in the title track. One thing that makes IEF very special for me is the fact that the album doesn't have any single badly composed song. Yes, Psychotic Waltz are excellent musicians and their music is pretty unique and this certainly shows on this album as well, but where is the much-lauded atmosphere, the intensity, the magic? While on the other albums they achieved just that, "Into The Everflow" always leaves me completely unimpressed. Even if the band’s qualities occasionally shine through, they come, at no time, even close to the brilliance of the other albums.

Into The Everflow was the first Psychotic Waltz album I heard and it rocked my socks off. It's sure the most overwhelming prog-metal album ever for me. They play with considerable rhythmic and melodic virtuosity, yet balancing this against very subtle and intimate passages and very intense, expressive and original vocals. OK confession time again. Psychotic waltz have somehow eluded me over the years although I am a confessed prog metal freak into Dream Theater especially, but Psychotic Waltz are in a league of their own.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Ashes Psychotic Waltz
2 Out of Mind Psychotic Waltz
3 Tiny Streams Psychotic Waltz
4 Into the Everflow Psychotic Waltz
5 Little People Psychotic Waltz
6 Hangin' on a String Psychotic Waltz
7 Freakshow Psychotic Waltz
8 Butterfly Psychotic Waltz


Psychotic Waltz - Primary Artist
Psychotic Waltz were one of the most paranoid and schizophrenic pseudo-Progressive Rock bands of the 80’s, and their second album Into the Everflow does nothing to change all of this. The band’s songs continue to be shallow and go to one direction and another without any plausible explanation, if not to prove how “intelligent” are the musicians: paradoxically, all of this make them seem much more dumb than they actually were. The riffs are inexcusable and un-engaging, Devon Graves’ Vocals induce the listener to shot at him, and the carnivalesque “freak show” continues on its own road constantly. All the tracks, from the hoaxing interlude “Ashes” to the closing pseudo-atmospheric “Butterfly”, which senselessly cites The Jimi Hendrix Experience and The Beatles for no apparent reason, there’s not a single reason of why to highlight this record. Not that the other band’s albums were works of genius.Highlights: “Freakshow”.