Live Progression

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Live Progression
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Live album by
ReleasedNovember 6, 2007 (2007-11-06)
RecordedApril 7, 2007, at L'Imperial, Quebec City, QC, Canada
Genre Melodic death metal, technical death metal
Label Galy, Willowtip, Earache
Neuraxis chronology
Trilateral Progression
Live Progression
The Thin Line Between
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Live Progression is the first live album by Canadian death metal band Neuraxis. It was recorded live at L'Imperial in Quebec City, QC, Canada, on April 7, 2007. It was released on November 6, 2007, by Galy Records and Willowtip Records in North America, and by Earache Records in the UK.


Live Progression was meant to introduce the new line-up to fans, following the departures of founding member and guitarist Steven Henry and long-time vocalist Ian Campbell. It is the first release featuring vocalist Alex Leblanc and guitarist Will Seghers.

Track listing

1."The Apex"CampbellMilley4:12
3."A Curative Struggle"CampbellHenry3:55
4."The Art of Sadness"Alsop, CampbellHenry, Milley4:21
5."Thought Adjuster"CampbellHenry5:14
6."Monitoring the Mind"CampbellMilley5:08
7."Neurasthenic"CampbellHenry, Erian0:40
8."Reasons of Being"MooreHenry, Thiel5:08
10."Shatter the Wisdom"CampbellMilley4:59
11."...Of Divinity"CampbellMilley, Henry4:55
Total length:46:43



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