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Neuraxis

Taking their name from the axis of the central nervous system, Neuraxis hail from Montreal, Canada, where they belong to a fraternity of bands (Gorguts, Cryptopsy, Kataklysm, etc.) characterized by an intense brand of technical yet melodic death metal. Guitarist Steven Henry founded Neuraxis in 1993, and after adding vocalist Michel Brisebois, second guitarist Felipé Quinzonos, and bassist Yan Thiel, the group soon began performing with the aid of a drum machine until human percussionist Mathies Royal was found in 1995 -- around the same time as new vocalist Maynard Moore. A harbinger of many lineup changes still to come, their entry allowed Neuraxis to start working on their debut album, 1997's Imagery, with Kataklysm guitarist Jean-François Dagenais producing, but only Henry and Thiel still remained by the time the group cut its sophomore effort, A Passage to Forlorn, in 2001. The good news was that new members Ian Campbell (vocals), Robin Milley (guitar), and Alex Erian (drums) stayed put for the band's third opus, Truth Beyond..., released the next year.

Unfortunately, this modicum of stability wouldn't last beyond Neuraxis' European tour of 2003, and after indulging in a few side projects (most notably Milley's collaboration with former Quo Vadis members Arie Itman and Remy Beauchamp in a band called Jester), the members of Neuraxis welcomed new drummer Tommy McKinnon for the sessions that spawned their third long-player, Trilateral Progression, in the fall of 2005. This was widely heralded as their most mature and consistent release yet, but naturally, change was on the horizon yet again -- this time taking shape with founding guitarist Steven Henry's shocking departure in January 2006 (soon to be followed by longtime vocalist Campbell), casting serious doubts about the band's future in many fans' minds. Just as they had before, though, Neuraxis simply set about the business of finding capable replacements in frontman Alex LeBlanc and guitar player William Seghers, and then recorded 2007's Live Progression to break them in. The revamped group then proceeded to sign with Prosthetic Records and release the fourth Neuraxis studio album, The Thin Line Between, in 2008. ~ Eduardo Rivadavia
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Asylon

1. Reptile

2. Asylum

3. Savior And Destroyer

4. By The Flesh

5. Sinister

6. Trauma

7. Resilience

8. Purity

9. V

10. Left To Devour

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Track List: Live Progression

1. The Apex (Live)

2. Fractionized (Live)

3. A Curative Struggle (Live)

4. The Art Of Sadness (Live)

5. Thought Adjuster (Live)

6. Monitoring The Mind (Live)

7. Neurasthenic (Live)

8. Reasons Of Being (Live)

9. Clarity (Live)

10. Shatter The Wisdom (Live)

11. Of Divinity (Live)

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Track List: Trilateral Progression

1. Introspect

2. Clarity

3. Thought Adjuster

4. Shatter The Wisdom

5. Monitoring The Mind

6. A Curative Struggle

7. Chamber Of Gaurdians

8. Caricature

9. Axioms

10. The Apex

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Track List: Imagery / Passage Into Forlorn

Disc 1

1. ...Of Divinity

2. Impulse

3. Fractionized

4. Xenobiotic

5. Reflections

6. Imagery

7. Memento

8. Structures

9. Mutiny

10. Essence

11. Neurasthenic

12. Truth Beyond Recognition...

Disc 2

1. Intro

2. A Temporal Calamity

3. Oscillated To Intelligence

4. Cyberwar

5. Inquisition On Mortality

6. Lid To Your Soul

7. Reasons Of Being

8. Atmospheric Holocaust

9. Psycho Waves

11. Driftwood

12. The Drop

13. Unite

14. Virtuosity

15. The Art Of Sadness

16. Link

17. Blind The Vision That Shatters

18. To Pacify

19. The Drop

20. Forlorn

21. In Silence

22. ...Of Divinity (Live)

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Track List: The Thin Line Between

1. Darkness Prevails

2. Wicked

3. Versus

4. Deviation Occurs

5. The Thin Line Between

6. Dreaming The End

7. Standing Despite...

8. Oracle

9. Phoenix

10. The All And The Nothing

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There's people who claim to be down with the lord, but in fact, they are not down with the divine, so people attack the church thinking it's this big industry responsible for bad deeds and rebel with this type of music against God , mostly trying to be kooh etc... I can go on and on ...
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I hope this band makes more albums.
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Very good music spiritual lyrics plus I like the vocals and the instrument work. They need more recognition. Very good Death Metal.
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They came to Superior, WI on their Trilateral tour. Bought whatever music and gear they had not knowing how renowned they were and of course now. Very happy I got to experience their music live! Awesome band!
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Yay, found a new band today.
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The most rock & metal stations on Pandora Radio!
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YES!!
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This is my kind of s**t! \m/
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Fuc.kin a, I used to mess with candians for being canadian..in joke of course, but after finding about 7+ bad f**king a** metal bands from canada I'm not going to anymore. lol
Great s**t.
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hell ya i love this band i need to get some of their stuff.
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incredibly talented you should really look up the lyrics there very well thought out
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MMMMM, this is good. I love the melody/grind / p r o g / d e a t h / d o o m .
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haha, love the low growl. just sounds like he's saying "doo doo do do doooo do do do doooooo" pretty cool lyrics though.
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Riffer madness.. The talent is alive and well with these guy's..
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Godsmack? Are you serious, dude?!
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brutal!!!
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This I like.
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Just got their newest album!
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This band makes me so hot
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kamronkhan
This is unique metal. Love this band.
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they remind me a bit of Zyklon... death metal with proggy hooks.
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Odd sense of grind and melody...Pre t t y good.
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i think my head just flew off!
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manic_drel
Can't wait to here their next slab of greatness.
Give them the production of Despised Icon and they will be unstoppable.
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straight up brutal
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Go Canadians! I love these guys!

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