Neuraxis - The Thin Line Between

8.2 | 45 votes |
Release date: 22 July 2008
Style: Technical death metal


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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

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I frickin' love Neuraxis. Or rather, I've tried to for a lot of years. I really, really like the riffs and grooves Steven Henry (or rather Robin Milley) & Co. have put together over their career, and from the moment I first heard them I wanted them to succeed so bad. Their best moments are some I draw inspiration from to this day, something I can't say about most of the music in general out there. Now we're six years past their last output, and they seem like a band fallen apart. With the sudden realization that they will probably never make the groundbreaking record they could have, I decided to lay down the simple facts of why they couldn't make it - and what better way to demonstrate it than through what I believe is their best record?

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25.12.2009 - 10:05
Rating: 9
It's a great fucking album.
13.02.2012 - 02:08
Alex F
Slick Dick Rick
This is some solid, kick ass, tech death.

get that bag
29.12.2016 - 21:49
Rating: 8
"The Quaker"
I guess no Neuraxis album is without fillers or production defects, but this may be their peak. Or Trilateral Progression...
19.01.2017 - 08:22
Rating: 9
I like flippy shit wrestling with no psychology. I also like brutal tech death metal. Brutal tech death metal is the flippy shit wrestling of the musical world. As such, I really like this album. Especially the 2 opening tracks and the title track. Wish they would make more music. Now I am sad.

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