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Driftwood - Neuraxis - Truth Beyond / Imagery / A Passage Into Forlorn (CD)

8 thoughts on “ Driftwood - Neuraxis - Truth Beyond / Imagery / A Passage Into Forlorn (CD)

  1. Brabei
    Type: Group, Founded: in Montreal, Area: Canada. Showing official release groups by this artist. Show all release groups instead, or show various artists .
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  2. Zolor
    Neuraxis - Discography Country: Canada Genre: Technical/Brutal Death Metal Quality: Mp3,CBR kbps (FlacRip) Albums: - Truth Beyond - Imagery - A Passage into Forlorn Torn Within - - Allied with Bitterness - Trilateral Progression - Live Progression - The Thin Line Between - Asylon.
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  3. Dajas
    The EP A Passage Into Forlorn is even more schizophrenic, with songs like "Unite" and "Link" mixing ultra-clean melodic guitars with gut-churning vocals, downtuned riffing and blastbeats. It's as though Neuraxis was two different bands battling for supremacy, and while the sound of that struggle is occasionally quite compelling, the two 8/
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  4. Vumi
    Tracklisting: 1. Unite 2. Virtuosity 3. The Art Of Sadness 4. Link 5. Blind The Vision That Shatters 6. To Pacify 7. The Drop 8. Forlorn.
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  5. Akizshura
    The band s debut, Imagery, showcased NEURAXIS' early death/grind approach while the band s sound progressed over the course of two self-released promos, culminating in s A Passage Into Forlorn, introducing a more melodic and progressive side of the extreme spectrum to the band s arsenal.
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  6. Kazim
    Truth | Imagery | Passage by Neuraxis, released 11 July 1. Of Divinity 2. Impulse 3. Fractionized 4. Xenobiotic 5. Reflections 6. Imagery 7. Momento 8. Structures 9. Mutiny Essence Neurasthenic Truth Beyond Recognition Outro Intro A Temporal Calamity Oscillated To Intelligence Cyberwar Inquisition On Mortality
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  7. Nikonris
    Neuraxis Canada (specifically the Quebec area) seems to produce a neverending supply of frenzied, complex death metal bands (Kataklysm, Cryptopsy, Quo Vadis, to name but three), and Neuraxis is a worthy member of said fraternity, delivering a potent mixture of twisted riffs, blast beats, and harsh growls, yet not without a sense of melody.
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