Alright, so this piece of music is very interesting. I feel it tries some things that other musicians just don't try to put into their contemporary music. If anything, I kinda enjoy the weird aesthetic going on with this song, and in order to understand why, let me get into the nitty-gritty of what makes this song special.
Starting off with the beginning, it's very repetitive. Bb Major scale with an interesting progression and an ARP with some drums. This goes on for a minute before we get an actual change in music. While most of the time repetitiveness is not a great thing, I think the execution of it here is tolerable. Especially with how drastic of a change that comes afterwards. the drop gives off an interesting feel as the scale switches between major and minor, and then abandons the scale entirely in favor of a chromatic scale with the bassline, then returns back to B Major (I think?). This shift in tone expresses sharp tones that almost clash together, but the more I listen to it, the more I actually begin to enjoy what's being played out. It almost sounds maddening... enter namesake here. Then, we get to the same progression as the intro, now with a different lead instrument and melody. After this break, we're back into the madness, and then the song ends.
Now, while I really like this song and what it's trying to aim for, I think a few things could be improved on to make what you're trying to say better. For instance, a lot of the instruments seem to clash together in the mids, producing a more muddy sound that, no matter what you make, doesn't sound great and sounds unprofessional. This piece could do with a little bit of mixing to fix that issue. Another issue stems from the composition. We have the following composition:
Intro - Verse - Chorus - Intro (ad.) - Verse (ad.) - Chorus
This doesn't make for an interesting listening experience, even with the subtle changes in the latter half of the song. Might I suggest doing something such as....
Intro - Verse - Chorus - Bridge - Verse (ad.) - Buildup - Chorus - End
Here, we get a break with the bridge, and the latter half adds a buildup, making the second drop more exciting and adding to the theme of madness.
Despite these two issues, I still think this song has some interesting ideas heading for it. Either way, great job!