History Music / Neuraxis

11th Jul '16 9:49:54 PM HasturHasturHastur
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Undaunted, the band soldiered on and released ''Asylon'' in 2011, and with it came another round of touring. Things have slowed down since then, however, with Beaudoin leaving, Pinard joining Cryptopsy, and [=LeBlanc=]'s time being limited by his pro wrestling career, and while it hasn't been officially announced, the band is basically dead at this point. As of 2015, Rob Milley has formed Akurion with Pinard, [=McKinnon=], and [[Music/{{Cryptopsy}} Mike DiSalvo]] (who is making his return to music), though he merely said that Neuraxis was "on a break" as opposed to broken up.

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Undaunted, the band soldiered on and released ''Asylon'' in 2011, and with it came another round of touring. Things have slowed down since then, however, with Beaudoin leaving, leaving and later joining Kataklysm, Pinard joining Cryptopsy, Milley joining Phobocosm, and [=LeBlanc=]'s time being limited by his pro wrestling career, and while it hasn't been officially announced, the band is basically dead at this point. As of 2015, Rob Milley has formed Akurion with Pinard, [=McKinnon=], and [[Music/{{Cryptopsy}} Mike DiSalvo]] (who is making his return to music), though he Pinard merely said that Neuraxis was "on a break" as opposed to broken up.
18th Jul '15 6:04:04 PM HasturHasturHastur
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Undaunted, the band soldiered on and released ''Asylon'' in 2011, and with it came another round of touring. Things have slowed down since then, however, with Beaudoin leaving, Pinard joining Cryptopsy, and [=LeBlanc=]'s time being limited by his pro wrestling career, and while it hasn't been officially announced, the band is basically dead at this point.

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Undaunted, the band soldiered on and released ''Asylon'' in 2011, and with it came another round of touring. Things have slowed down since then, however, with Beaudoin leaving, Pinard joining Cryptopsy, and [=LeBlanc=]'s time being limited by his pro wrestling career, and while it hasn't been officially announced, the band is basically dead at this point. As of 2015, Rob Milley has formed Akurion with Pinard, [=McKinnon=], and [[Music/{{Cryptopsy}} Mike DiSalvo]] (who is making his return to music), though he merely said that Neuraxis was "on a break" as opposed to broken up.



* StartMyOwn: Erian with Despised Icon.

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* StartMyOwn: Erian with Despised Icon. Milley himself has started Akurion with Pinard and [=McKinnon=] plus Mike [=DiSalvo=] as of 2015, though it remains to be seen whether it will just be a new project or if it will be the final nail in Neuraxis' coffin.
4th Jul '15 4:37:35 PM tenryufan
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* PromotedFanboy: They've had a few over the years, namely Erian and [[Music/{{Abnormality}} Josh Staples]].
31st May '15 6:41:00 PM HasturHasturHastur
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* SpecialGuest: They've had a decent amount of these over the years, with [[Music/MiseryIndex Jason Netherton]], [[Music/DecrepitBirth Bill Robinson]], and [[Music/{{Gorguts}} Luc Lemay]] being some of the more notable ones. Also, Oli Beaudoin is currently acting as one of these for Music/{{Kataklysm}} until Max Duhamel gets out of rehab.

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* SpecialGuest: They've had a decent amount of these over the years, with [[Music/MiseryIndex Jason Netherton]], [[Music/DecrepitBirth Bill Robinson]], and [[Music/{{Gorguts}} Luc Lemay]] being some of the more notable ones. Also, Oli Beaudoin is currently acting as was originally one of these for Music/{{Kataklysm}} until [[Music/{{Kataklysm}} Max Duhamel]] while the latter was in rehab before he wound up joining full-time after Duhamel gets out of rehab.decided to leave for good.
20th May '15 3:59:49 AM HasturHasturHastur
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* SpecialGuest: They've had a decent amount of these over the years, with [[Music/MiseryIndex Jason Netherton]], [[Music/DecrepitBirth Bill Robinson]], and Luc Lemay (Gorguts) being some of the more notable ones. Also, Oli Beaudoin is currently acting as one of these for Music/{{Kataklysm}} until Max Duhamel gets out of rehab.

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* SpecialGuest: They've had a decent amount of these over the years, with [[Music/MiseryIndex Jason Netherton]], [[Music/DecrepitBirth Bill Robinson]], and [[Music/{{Gorguts}} Luc Lemay (Gorguts) Lemay]] being some of the more notable ones. Also, Oli Beaudoin is currently acting as one of these for Music/{{Kataklysm}} until Max Duhamel gets out of rehab.
20th May '15 3:58:43 AM HasturHasturHastur
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* RevolvingDoorBand: In the nineteen years that they have been around, there has been a truly jaw-dropping amount of lineup shifts.

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* RevolvingDoorBand: In the nineteen years that they have been around, there has been a truly jaw-dropping amount of lineup shifts. Ironically enough, this is one of the few major Quebec-based death metal acts that neither Youri Raymond nor Patrice Hamelin (two people known for being in a lot of different bands over the years) have been in.



* TechnicalDeathMetal: Less in-your-face technical and more because of unusual riff structures and melodic ideas.

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* TechnicalDeathMetal: Less in-your-face technical and more because of unusual riff structures and melodic ideas. Also an UrExample of melodic tech along with Anata, though Music/{{Arsis}} is probably the main influence of most melodic tech acts.
5th Oct '14 1:15:16 PM HasturHasturHastur
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Undaunted, the band soldiered on and released ''Asylon'' in 2011, and with it came another round of touring. Things have slowed down since then, however, with Beaudoin leaving, Pinard joining Cryptopsy, and [=LeBlanc=]'s time being limited by his pro wrestling career, and while there hasn't been any sort of official announcement made about their status, the band certainly does not have much going on right now.

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Undaunted, the band soldiered on and released ''Asylon'' in 2011, and with it came another round of touring. Things have slowed down since then, however, with Beaudoin leaving, Pinard joining Cryptopsy, and [=LeBlanc=]'s time being limited by his pro wrestling career, and while there it hasn't been any sort of official announcement made about their status, officially announced, the band certainly does not have much going on right now.is basically dead at this point.


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* OneSteveLimit: Averted when there were two Oliviers (Pinard and Beaudoin) in the band.
14th Nov '13 3:49:52 PM HasturHasturHastur
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* PromotedFanboy: They've had a few over the years, namely Erian and Josh Staples (Abnormality).

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* PromotedFanboy: They've had a few over the years, namely Erian and [[Music/{{Abnormality}} Josh Staples (Abnormality).Staples]].
14th Oct '13 7:03:51 AM HasturHasturHastur
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* AGoodNameForARockBand: The neuraxis is the axis of the central nervous system and denotes the direction of the central nervous system.

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* AGoodNameForARockBand: The neuraxis is the axis of the central nervous system and denotes the direction of the central nervous system.its direction.
13th Oct '13 4:17:14 PM HasturHasturHastur
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Formed in Montreal in 1994 by Maynard Moore (vocals), Steven Henry and Felipe Quinzanos (guitars), Yan Thiel (bass), and Mathieu Royale (drums), the band spent several years honing their craft at the start; come 1997, ''Imagery'' hit, though Quinzanos had left by that time and was replaced by Rob Milley. Several assorted demos followed in the four years between that album and ''A Passage into Forlorn'', their second full-length, along with multiple vocalist and drummer shifts, and by the time that album hit, the mic and kit were being manned by Ian Campbell and [[Music/DespisedIcon Alexandre Erian]], respectively. A deal with the Montreal-based indie label Galy Music was inked that following year, and with it came the third full-length, ''Truth Beyond...'', which featured the same lineup for once. Erian left that following year to strike out on his own with his new band Despised Icon, and Etienne Gallo briefly took his place before leaving as well and being replaced by Tommy McKinnon, forming the ''Trilateral Progression'' lineup, with said album dropping that same year. Another lineup shift took place in 2006, with Henry being the one to leave this time and William Seghers taking his place. Campbell left the year after that and was replaced by Alex LeBlanc, and with that lineup came a live album that year and ''The Thin Line Between'', another full-length, that following year. Of course, in true Neuraxis fashion, two more members left in 2009, with Thiel, the only remaining founder, being one of them, along with McKinnon. Thankfully, the two Oliviers (Pinard and Beaudoin, respectively) came along to replace them, and all was well for another year or so until Seghers left in 2010 and was not replaced.

Undaunted, the band soldiered on and released ''Asylon'' in 2011, and with it came another round of touring. Things have slowed down since then, however, with Beaudoin leaving, Pinard joining Cryptopsy, and LeBlanc's time being limited by his pro wrestling career, and while there hasn't been any sort of official announcement made about their status, the band certainly does not have much going on right now.

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Formed in Montreal in 1994 by Maynard Moore (vocals), Steven Henry and Felipe Quinzanos (guitars), Yan Thiel (bass), and Mathieu Royale (drums), the band spent several years honing their craft at the start; come 1997, ''Imagery'' hit, though Quinzanos had left by that time and was replaced by Rob Milley. Several assorted demos followed in the four years between that album and ''A Passage into Forlorn'', their second full-length, along with multiple vocalist and drummer shifts, and by the time that album hit, the mic and kit were being manned by Ian Campbell and [[Music/DespisedIcon Alexandre Erian]], respectively. A deal with the Montreal-based indie label Galy Music was inked that following year, and with it came the third full-length, ''Truth Beyond...'', which featured the same lineup for once. Erian left that following year to strike out on his own with his new band Despised Icon, and Etienne Gallo briefly took his place before leaving as well and being replaced by Tommy McKinnon, [=McKinnon=], forming the ''Trilateral Progression'' lineup, with said album dropping that same year. Another lineup shift took place in 2006, with Henry being the one to leave this time and William Seghers taking his place. Campbell left the year after that and was replaced by Alex LeBlanc, [=LeBlanc=], and with that lineup came a live album that year and ''The Thin Line Between'', another full-length, that following year. Of course, in true Neuraxis fashion, two more members left in 2009, with Thiel, the only remaining founder, being one of them, along with McKinnon.[=McKinnon=]. Thankfully, the two Oliviers (Pinard and Beaudoin, respectively) came along to replace them, and all was well for another year or so until Seghers left in 2010 and was not replaced.

Undaunted, the band soldiered on and released ''Asylon'' in 2011, and with it came another round of touring. Things have slowed down since then, however, with Beaudoin leaving, Pinard joining Cryptopsy, and LeBlanc's [=LeBlanc=]'s time being limited by his pro wrestling career, and while there hasn't been any sort of official announcement made about their status, the band certainly does not have much going on right now.
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