NEURAXIS To Release 'Live Progression' In November

Montreal-based extreme metal act NEURAXIS will release "Live Progression" on November 6 in Canada and December 15 for the rest of the world via Galy Records. The band's fifth album is the group's first live recording featuring new singer Alexandre Leblanc (POINT BLANK RAGE, ATHERETIC) and guitarist William Seghers (ex-QUO VADIS).

"Live Progression" was recorded earlier this year in Quebec City, Canada at L'Imperial and was mixed by J-F Dagenais (KATAKLYSM) with the artwork and layout done by Sven De Caluwé (ABORTED). The CD captures NEURAXIS' neck-breaking live show after touring for the last two years throughout North America, Europe and Japan.

"Live Progression" track listing:

01. The Apex
02. Fractionized
03. A Curative Struggle
04. The Art Of Sadness
05. Thought Adjuster
06. Monitoring The Mind
07. Neurasthenic
08. Reasons Of Being
09. Clarity
10. Shatter The Wisdom
11. Of Divinity

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