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Montreal's NEURAXIS has secured Olivier Pinard (Vengeful) on bass and Olivier Beaudoin (ex-Eternal Burden/ex-Stareblind) on drums for upcoming shows.
Commented singer Alex Leblanc: "We started jamming with the two Oli's and it's been amazing so far. They are really talented and we can't wait to assault stages with them."
NEURAXIS has confirmed these upcoming shows:
11/28/09: Ottawa, Ontario at Cafe Deckuf w/The Last Felony, Revocation
11/29/09: Toronto, Ontario at Wreckroom w/Revocation
12/4/09: Trois-Rivieres, Quebec at Rock Cafe le Stage w/The Last Felony, Unfallen
12/5/09: Rimouski, Quebec at Paradis (Rimouski Deathfest 3)
12/11/09: Moncton, New-Brunswick at The Manhattan
12/12/09: Halifax, Nova-Scotia at Gus Pub
The technical death metal outfit was founded in 1994. The band's most recent release, "The Thin Line Between," their fifth studio effort, was released by Prosthetic Records in the summer of 2008. The band has done time on the road with bands such as Cannibal Corpse, Despised Icon, The Faceless and the 2008 Canadian Summer Slaughter Tour, with Necrophagist, Dying Fetus, Beneath the Massacre and more.
Rising from the metal hotbed of Montreal,QC, grunge metallers Stareblind will be hitting the Bovine Sex Club, Friday, October 9th at 9:30pm for Indie Week 2009 in Toronto.
Recently releasing their debut album "Something Left Unexplained," Stareblind's vox man Manu Guilbault commented on the fest: "We've been progressively working the Montreal metal scene and are really looking forward to exporting our sound, and to be showcasing our first performance of many to come in Toronto at Indie Week, it's going to be a high horns event for everyone."
Stareblind first began as a humble side project that quickly developed into a seriously followed and supported metal band out of Montreal. Known for their aggressive, yet lyrical vocal textures, coupled with a solid-crushing rhythm section. Stareblind has built a distinctive and identifiable sound that reflects the proficiency, cohesion and like-mindedness of its individual members.
Tickets to Indie Week are available at www.ticketscene.ca.
Upcoming Stareblind tour dates (more TBA):
Oct. 09 Toronto, ON - Indie Week - Bovine Sex Club
Oct. 16 Montreal, QC - Bar St. Laurent 2
Oct. 17 Joliette, QC - L'Azile
For more information on Stareblind, visit their Myspace page at Myspace.com/StareblindOnline