Neuraxis album stream

2011-02-08 by Jared Ponton STAFF | 26 Comments
Neuraxis' upcoming album, Asylon, can now be streamed online ahead of its February 15 release.

http://www.stereokiller.com/neuraxis/

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DraconForsaken
February 8th 2011
92 Comments


I read that as Neurosis and was really excited for a second

HenchmanOfSanta
February 8th 2011
1955 Comments


Will check out later.

toolguitarkid
February 8th 2011
265 Comments


am guessing this is going to be interesting and boring at the same time.

Derkyle
February 8th 2011
198 Comments


Officially freaking stoked! I hope this sounds more like Trilateral Progression.

Itwasthatwas
February 8th 2011
778 Comments


oh shit

FearThyEvil
February 8th 2011
13309 Comments


I'll listen sometime today. Guessing before I listen will be a 3 or 3.5.

Rev
February 8th 2011
9525 Comments


I read that as Neurosis and was really excited for a second [2]

Digging: Slime Girls - YUMEMI/LONELY PLANET GIRL

Itwasthatwas
February 8th 2011
778 Comments


only 2 tracks in but so far this is pretty cool

FearThyEvil
February 8th 2011
13309 Comments


Looks like it's turning out to be a 4 the songs are pretty damn addicting to me.

ev0ken
February 8th 2011
586 Comments


aah, good ol canadian metal. great band, i pre-ordered this last nite.

Grimlin
February 8th 2011
888 Comments


"am guessing this is going to be interesting and boring at the same time."

that's kinda how all neuraxis albums are for me.

bloc
February 8th 2011
35436 Comments


am guessing this is going to be interesting and boring at the same time.

I am the exact same. This album was no different.

Hawks
February 8th 2011
37581 Comments


I listened to the first 3 songs so far. Gonna listen to the album in full tomorrow. If it keeps along the path of the first few songs it'll end up being a 3 or a 3.5.

Digging: Cradle of Filth - Hammer of the Witches

cjgone
February 8th 2011
777 Comments


What's a good song that sums up the album? I've only heard Trilateral Progression, but i'm listening to progressive rock, so I can only be deterred with something really good.

37er00
February 9th 2011
1253 Comments


Fuck yeah

Anthracks
February 9th 2011
4033 Comments


is good

Agnosticbybirth
February 9th 2011
38 Comments


yummy

EDIT: Also, am I the only one that finds it unsettling that this band has no more original members?


krig9412
February 9th 2011
794 Comments


So...

Is this any good if I thought The Thin Line Between was around a 3-3.5?

BringMeABrick
February 9th 2011
340 Comments


pretty good band

MO
February 9th 2011
19636 Comments


opening for them tomorrow yee can't wait

Anthracks
February 9th 2011
4033 Comments


EDIT: Also, am I the only one that finds it unsettling that this band has no more original members?


no because their old material sucks

Grog50
February 9th 2011
81 Comments


Sounds like most Neuraxis. Pretty cool but slightly boring at the same time. probs a 3-3.5 from me

Josh D.
February 9th 2011
13975 Comments


Didn't know they had an album coming out.

climactic
February 9th 2011
20455 Comments


theyre so good

FadeToBlack
February 10th 2011
11044 Comments


for tech death they're pretty good, will listen later

gutturalmaster
February 10th 2011
170 Comments


Nice



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