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Thin Line Between

NeuraxisAudio CD
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  • Audio CD (July 22, 2008)
  • Original Release Date: 2008
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Prosthetic Records
  • ASIN: B00197U0TY
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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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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Forming in Montreal in 1994, NEURAXIS has forged a unique identity all their own since the band s inception, combining sheer brutality with unparalleled melodicism and a progressive edge over the course of the band s multiple albums and last year s live collection, Live Progression. Now, with the band s fifth studio release, The Thin Line Between, NEURAXIS continues the band s evolving that began more than 10 years earlier and continues to push the boundaries of extreme metal, both musically and melodically.

The band s 1997 debut, Imagery, showcased NEURAXIS' early death/grind approach while the band s sound progressed over the course of two self-released promos, culminating in 2001 s A Passage Into Forlorn, introducing a more melodic and progressive side of the extreme spectrum to the band s arsenal. Continuing to evolve and mature yet again with 2002's Truth Beyond..., NEURAXIS dizzyingly raised the bar yet again in terms of both musicianship and worldwide exposure. Seeing release in Canada through Galy Records, the US through Willowtip and Europe by means of Earache Records, Truth Beyond... led to several tours across North America and Europe alike, cementing NEURAXIS place in the live spectrum as a jaw-droppingly accurate and excitingly-energetic live band.

Continuing down the path of masterful musicianship and technicality alongside a keen melodic sheen, NEURAXIS 2005 effort, Trilateral Progression, took the band to new heights, gaining NEURAXIS not only critical praise, but notoriety as one of the premiere extreme and technical bands to break out of Canada in recent years. Setting the band apart from their contemporaries and gaining credentials as an articulate model for challenging the technical death metal norms while successfully rejecting the day s bucking commercial trends, NEURAXIS successfully showcased the band s knack for balancing a majestic sense of melody with go-for-the-throat aggression. While gaining over 150 live shows to the band s credit between 2005 and 2007, Live Progression was released to document the achievements through Galy Records, the band's first-ever live album, which captures NEURAXIS' neck-breaking live show after tour experience throughout North America, Europe and Japan.

Now, with the band s latest foray further delving into technicality and musical finesse, NEURAXIS unleashes The Thin Line Between, the band s first effort for new home Prosthetic Records. Featuring the studio recording debuts of new vocalist Alex Leblanc and guitarist William Seghers, The Thin Line Between establishes NEURAXIS as a strong contender for the crown of Canada s next leading technical death metal outfit. Drawing a line and spreading the distance, between themselves and their contemporaries, NEURAXIS has written the band s most brutal and ambitious effort to date without losing the keen sense of melody that has giving the band its signature sound over the years.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Killer tech-death December 2, 2012
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It's very hard to find good technical death metal holds my interest for very long at all. As a result I rarely buy tech-death even though I listen to metal more than any other genre. I've been listening to metal for over twenty years so if a band wants to make it onto my constant playlist they have got to have something that makes them worth listening to instead of the bands I already really like.

I first found Neuraxis via "Asylon", the newest release. After listening to that until my brain was purified and happy mush, I found "Thin Line". I was struck by what a perfect balance between tempo and feel changes they manage to pull off, as well as the use of real melody. When I say "real melody" what I mean is that their riffs have a definite sense of melody to them but they are actual melody, not the "Let's just play really fast and hit every note we can find" excuse for melody I hear way too much in today's metal. Since I've been playing death metal for as long as I've been listening to it, the mystique some people may have about "that sounds so awesome because I've never actually played a guitar myself" isn't there for me. If I can figure out what you are playing within one or two listens and it's obviously something recycled from another band, I lose interest. However, Neuraxis consistently impress with a barrage of orbital cannon rhythmic beatings and flesh-searing constant-intensity face hammering riffology. No I don't care that riffology isn't a real word. :)

Buy this. Buy the other Neuraxis tracks. Good God, buy anything this band puts out. They're badass.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Killer riffs, lightning-fast drumming March 31, 2013
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this album is a grower, I didn't really like it at the first listen. But the playing is highly technical and one discovers new details on every listen. Neuraxis have a duo of excellent guitar players, they play with high precision even at high speed, like brothers. The riffs are perfect and there are many of them in each song. The bass is buried and almost inaudible, the bassist does not participate in lyrics/music writing - not necessarily a bad thing, he is just not so prominent. The drummer on the other hand, shreds like hell - a master of his instrument. The vocals could be a bit more varied, there is little clean vocals in some songs. But overall, this is a 5 star album, because of the riffs and the tandem of exceptionally gifted guitarists.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Why no reviews yet? September 11, 2011
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I notice there are no reviews for this NEURAXIS album, so I'll add a short and sweet one of my own: Simply put, this albums kicks azz, period! New members including the singer who is quite awesome, and the grooves are enticingly catchcy and the overall heaviness and sheer power of the grooves on the album are great! This is a must-have album for all progressive technical deathmetal and NEURAXIS fans out there!!!
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