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Psychotic Waltz - Into The Everflow flac album
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Psychotic Waltz - Into The Everflow flac album

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Album:
Into The Everflow
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Style:
Progressive Metal
MP3 archive size:
1363 mb
FLAC archive size:
1696 mb
Other formats:
VOC RA APE VQF AC3 ADX MPC
Rating:
4.4
Votes:
629

Tracklist

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
Bonus track
9 Disturbing The priest

Notes

Cover differs from the original version, so does the back cover.
Contains a bonustrack like on the Metal Blade re-issue of Into The Everflow/Bleeding boxset 3984-41024-2

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: everflow X6907H
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L531

Into the Everflow was the second of Psychotic Waltz's four albums. In 2004, Metal Blade Records reissued Into the Everflow in a box set also containing the band's final album Bleeding and a bonus CD contain demos. Tiny Streams" - 5:05. Into the Everflow" - 8:22. Little People" - 4:05. Hanging on a String" - 3:37. Disturbing the Priest (Black Sabbath cover) - 6:02.

Album (Studio full-length).

Psychotic Waltz is a progressive metal band formed in El Cajon, California in 1988. The first incarnation of the band was under the name Aslan, after a character in the novel The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by C. S. Lewis. With money earned from local shows and T-shirt sales, they recorded a self-titled demo tape in 1986. After discovering another band with the same name, they changed theirs to Psychotic Waltz and recorded a new four-song demo in 1988. The band went on to record their second album, Into the Everflow. The album was recorded from August-October, 1992, at Phoenix Studios in Herne, Germany, and was produced by Mekong Delta's main man, Ralph Hubert. After recording the album, but before its release, the band did a small tour while Dan Rock recovered from his accident.

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.