NewsFebruary 20, 2008 12:36 AM ET3,511 views

Neuraxis recording new album

Official press release: Canadian tech-thrashers Neuraxis entered the studio today with producer Jef Fortin (of fellow Canadians Anonymous) to record the band's fifth studio album. The recording process will be done in late-March and is scheduled to be mastered by Alan Douches (Mastodon), and will feature artwork from Dennis Sibeijn of Damnengine Art (Job For A Cowboy). The yet-untitled effort should see a July release through Prosthetic Records. "We feel this album will be something monumental for Neuraxis," says guitarist Rob Milley. "With the new line-up and the energy we have created in the writing sessions, it's something that is new and refreshing, yet still retains a lot of the essence of what Neuraxis has built since day one." The new album will be the first studio album featuring new vocalist Alex Leblanc and guitarist William Seghers, both having appeared on the recently released Live Progression, via Galy Records. Live Progression is the live follow-up to Neuraxis' last studio album, 2005's Trilateral Progression. More details, tour dates, and regular in-studio footage updates will be available shortly. The first web episode is online now here. and features sneak previews of new songs, as well as commentary in both English and French Canadian on the new material.



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