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Lyzanxia

Anjou, France’s Lyzanxia were founded in 1996 with the Potvin brothers, David (vocals, lead electric guitar) and Franck (vocals, tempo electric guitar), and by the next season, had a full-length demonstration (deceptively entitled Lullaby) at hand to look to record labels. But there have been up to now no takers for the band’s providers, so Lyzanxia continuing focusing on their personal make of neo-thrash steel laced with loss of life and nu-metal tendencies until 2001, when Wagram Music decided to discharge their second complete recording, Eden. This disk featured the tempo portion of Eguil Voisin (bass) and Gweltaz Kerjan (drums) and, like its 2003 successor, Mindcrimes, was aimed by renowned Swedish maker Fredrik Nordström at Gothenburg’s Studio room Fredman. Excellent critiques and an evergrowing international group of fans allowed Lyzanxia to attempt their 1st U.S. and Canadian tour in nov 2004, and a fresh cope with Listenable Information ultimately sent the Potvins and their fresh rhythm portion of Vincent Perdicaro (bass) and Clement Decrock (drums) back to the studio room to record their 4th album, UNSU.

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