NEURAXIS: More Dates With MARTYR Announced

Montreal-based NEURAXIS has confirmed the final dates for its Canadian tour with MARTYR. The details are as follows:

May 17 - Thunder Bay, ON @ The Office
May 18 - Winnipeg, MB @ The Zoo
May 19 - Saskatoon, SK @ The Bassment
May 20 - Medecine Hat, AB @ Moose Lodge Social Room
May 22 - Calgary, AB @ The Underground
May 23 - Edmonton, AB @ The Mead Hall
May 24 - Prince George, BC @ Sound Entertainment
May 25 - Vancouver, BC @ Balmoral
May 26 - Victoria, BC @ Sugar Club
May 28 - Lethbridge, AB @ The Beverage Warehouse
May 30 - Regina, SK @ The Distrikt

NEURAXIS in March announced the addition of vocalist Alex Leblanc (ATHERETIC, POINT BLANK RAGE) as a permanent member of the group.

Commented the band: "After completing the European Domination tour, we knew Alex was the right man for the job. His vocals were crushing, and he displayed a very intense energy both onstage and offstage. We look forward to Alex contributing to the writing of our next album."

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