Bleeding was Psychotic Waltz's fourth and final studio album, released in 1996. In 2004, Metal Blade Records reissued Bleeding in a box set also containing the band's second album Into the Everflow and a bonus CD containing demos. Music videos were made for "Faded" and "My Grave".
Bleeding by Psychotic Waltz, released 03 September 2013 1. Faded 2. Locust 3. Morbid 4. Bleeding 5. Need 6. Drift 7. Northern Lights 8. Sleep 9. My Grave 10. Skeleton 11. Freedom. Formed in 1986 in El Cajon, California back in 1986, Psychotic Waltz were at the forefront of the original progressive metal movement. Combining equal doses from bands like Rush, Pink Floyd, Black Sabbath and Metallica, the band released four highly-regarded albums in 6 years before splitting up in the late 1990s. The band recently reunited have begun writing their fifth album, due in late 2014.
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Some fans were unhappy with Psychotic Waltz’s previous release, ‘Mosquito’, which simplified the typical Psychotic Waltz formula by removing the complex progressive arrangements and replacing them with a simpler, more pop-orientated psychedelic sound.
Recording information: All songs produced by Psychotic Waltz. Basic tracks engineered by Scott Burns at Signature Sound Studios. Further engineering, mixing and producing by Norwood Castle Barber II, Dan Rock and Concept III at Studio West.
After "Mosquito" this is my favourite PSYCHOTIC WALTZ album. If you prefer the complex style of metal then check out the first two records they made. The fourth and final album from the brilliant band Psychotic Waltz is the most normally structured and metal like album.
More albums from Psychotic Waltz: Into The Everflow by Psychotic Waltz. A Social Grace by Psychotic Waltz. Mosquito by Psychotic Waltz. View all albums . Bleeding.