Neuraxis (band)

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Neuraxis
Origin Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Genres Technical death metal, melodic death metal
Years active1994–present
LabelsWillowtip, Prosthetic
MembersRobin Milley
Alex Leblanc
Olivier Pinard
Oli Beaudoin
Past membersYan Thiel
Tommy McKinnon
Felipe Angel Q.
Maynard Moore
Chris Alsop
Alex Erian
Julien Mercier
Steven Henry
Ian Campbell
Will Seghers
Michel Brisebois
Website www.neuraxis.org

Neuraxis is a Canadian technical death metal band formed in Montreal in 1994 by Steven Henry, Yan Thiel, Michel Brisebois and Felipe Ángel Quinzanos. They have released six studio albums: Imagery (1997), A Passage into Forlorn (2001), Truth Beyond... (2002), Trilateral Progression (2005), The Thin Line Between (2008), and Asylon (2011).

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In 2007, the band participated in the Domination Tour alongside Rotting Christ, Incantation and Malevolent Creation. After touring, the band released a live album entitled Live Progression . Neuraxis participated in the Montreal Assault Tour with Despised Icon, Beneath the Massacre, Carnifex and Plasmarifle to promote their album The Thin Line Between.

The band released their sixth studio album, Asylon, on February 15, 2011. [1]

Members

Neuraxis lineups
1994–1997
  • Michel Brisebois – vocals
  • Steven Henry – guitar
  • Felipe A. Quinzanos – guitar
  • Yan Thiel – bass
  • Alesis – drums
1997–1999
Imagery
  • Maynard Moore – lead vocals
  • Steven Henry – guitars
  • Rob Milley – guitars
  • Yan Thiel – bass guitar
  • Mathieu Royale – drums
1999
In Silence (demo)
  • Chris Alsop – vocals
  • Steven Henry – guitars
  • Rob Milley – guitars
  • Yan Thiel – bass guitar
  • Martin Auger – drums
1999–2003
Virtuosity (demo)
A Passage into Forlorn
Truth Beyond...
  • Ian Campbell – vocals
  • Steven Henry – guitars
  • Rob Milley – guitars
  • Yan Thiel – bass guitar
  • Alex Erian – drums
2003–2004
  • Ian Campbell – vocals
  • Steven Henry – guitars
  • Rob Milley – guitars
  • Yan Thiel – bass guitar
  • Etienne Gallo – drums
2004–2006
Trilateral Progression
  • Ian Campbell – vocals
  • Steven Henry – guitars
  • Rob Milley – guitars
  • Yan Thiel – bass guitar
  • Tommy McKinnon – drums
2006
  • Ian Campbell – vocals
  • William Seghers – guitars
  • Rob Milley – guitars
  • Yan Thiel – bass guitar
  • Tommy McKinnon – drums
2007–2009
Live Progression
The Thin Line Between
  • Alex Leblanc – vocals
  • William Seghers – guitars
  • Rob Milley – guitars
  • Yan Thiel – bass guitar
  • Tommy McKinnon – drums
2009–present
  • Alex Leblanc – vocals
  • William Seghers – guitars
  • Rob Milley – guitars
  • Olivier Pinard – bass guitar
  • Oli Beaudoin – drums

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Neuraxis (band)

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