Guy LeBlanc, Tag Spénard, and Don Prince (almost all formerly of Delerium) installed with Dan Lacasse in 1980 and Nathan Mahl was the effect. The group released their 1st recording, Parallel Eccentricities, in 1983, revealing their edition of progressive rock and roll. Soon after that launch, Lacasse split using the music group and was changed by Wayne Palmer. The group caused this formation before next year, if they split up. They reformed under a different lineup in 1989. Nathan Mahl worked well in a variety of formations, doing even more fusion-oriented material for a long time. They released The Clever Usage of Shadows in 1999, time for their unique prog stylings. The group adopted that up another yr with Heretik, Vol. 1: Body of Accusations.