An e-card for "The Thin Line Between," the new album from Canadian technical death metallers Neuraxis, can be accessed at this location. Due on July 22nd via Prosthetic Records, the CD was recorded by Jeff Fortin (Anonymus) and the band in February and March of this year and features guest vocals from Luc Lemay (Gorguts). The album artwork was created by Dennis Sibejin (Chimaira, Job For A Cowboy).

"The Thin Line Between" track listing:

01. Darkness Prevails
02. Wicked
03. Versus
04. Deviation Occurs
05. The Thin Line Between
06. Dreaming The End
07. Standing Despite…
08. Oracle
09. Phoenix
10. The All And The Nothing


Source: prostheticrecords.com
Band profile: Neuraxis
 
Posted: 01.07.2008 by -LugburZ-



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-Soulreaper- - 01.07.2008 at 17:32  
From what I've heard of it so far, the album doesnt sound to bad. Going to have to pick it up when it comes out.
Visioneerie - 01.07.2008 at 19:54  
Yes ! so far, so good, i do not in any way see myself being disapointed by this release, on the other hand i think it will be close to perfection.
Syk - 02.07.2008 at 04:18  
I've been on a Cryptopsy/Anata/Necrophagist etc kick for the last few months, and I'll say those three new songs suck ass. The drums are boring, the guitars are boring, the vocals are BORING. The songs feel as long as those on St. Anger - to which I'd rather listen. This could be even more of a snoozefest than Dismember's latest...
Visioneerie - 02.07.2008 at 19:30  
Written by Syk on 02.07.2008 at 04:18

I've been on a Cryptopsy/Anata/Necrophagist etc kick for the last few months, and I'll say those three new songs suck ass. The drums are boring, the guitars are boring, the vocals are BORING. The songs feel as long as those on St. Anger - to which I'd rather listen. This could be even more of a snoozefest than Dismember's latest...

First off you can't compare Neuraxis to Cryptopsy, Anata or Necrophagist because they aren't that similar, that's just brainless. Secondly, it's fine if you don't like the music, but dude, i can't see where you get when you say the vox, guitars and drums are boring, personally i think they're really good.
Syk - 03.07.2008 at 04:50  
Written by Visioneerie on 02.07.2008 at 19:30
Written by Syk on 02.07.2008 at 04:18
I've been on a Cryptopsy/Anata/Necrophagist etc kick for the last few months, and I'll say those three new songs suck ass. The drums are boring, the guitars are boring, the vocals are BORING. The songs feel as long as those on St. Anger - to which I'd rather listen. This could be even more of a snoozefest than Dismember's latest...
First off you can't compare Neuraxis to Cryptopsy, Anata or Necrophagist because they aren't that similar, that's just brainless. Secondly, it's fine if you don't like the music, but dude, i can't see where you get when you say the vox, guitars and drums are boring, personally i think they're really good.
They are, man, or... they were. In the older material, their sense of melody and timing was a bit unique, the riffs were catchy, the vocals especially sounded purposeful while this stuff sounds standard and empty. Oddly enough, after I posted a guy put a review of the whole thing on metal-archives with the same sentiments as mine, rating it 56/100 so I'm not alone.
Visioneerie - 03.07.2008 at 04:58  
Written by Syk on 03.07.2008 at 04:50

Written by Visioneerie on 02.07.2008 at 19:30
Written by Syk on 02.07.2008 at 04:18
I've been on a Cryptopsy/Anata/Necrophagist etc kick for the last few months, and I'll say those three new songs suck ass. The drums are boring, the guitars are boring, the vocals are BORING. The songs feel as long as those on St. Anger - to which I'd rather listen. This could be even more of a snoozefest than Dismember's latest...
First off you can't compare Neuraxis to Cryptopsy, Anata or Necrophagist because they aren't that similar, that's just brainless. Secondly, it's fine if you don't like the music, but dude, i can't see where you get when you say the vox, guitars and drums are boring, personally i think they're really good.
They are, man, or... they were. In the older material, their sense of melody and timing was a bit unique, the riffs were catchy, the vocals especially sounded purposeful while this stuff sounds standard and empty. Oddly enough, after I posted a guy put a review of the whole thing on metal-archives with the same sentiments as mine, rating it 56/100 so I'm not alone.

Well, I'll make a determined opinion after i hear the whole. I really enjoyed Trilateral Progression though, and right now their new songs are appealing to me, but maybe not as heavy as their earlier work.

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