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Axis Five  

Great melodic metal band from Roanoke, US of A. Pearl Jam meets Metallica with a hint of Priest.
"That's what I like!! Strong vocals, the guitarists are doing a great job as well. My head started swaying straight away. I never want this to end! Replay! And one more time!"

"The songs sound very unique and spiritual. I enjoy the voice the lead singer has - so strong and athustastic. The words he sing makes sense and it doesn't sound like non sense. Is this Pearl Jam's younger brother?"

AXIS Five is a band hailing from Roanoke, Virginia presenting the very best in original rock selections with a live high-energy show you’ll really get into. Each of the musically accomplished members of AXIS Five comes packed with decades of live performance experience, and thrives on getting the crowd up to a state of heart-pounding bliss. With over 200 live concerts performed, the band has the experience and professional know-how to create the perfect blend of music, technology, and action that will both touch and elate you and the crowd. 

The band name, "AXIS Five" comes from two notions. The first is ties to a machine called the "Five-Axis" which turns and cuts materials on a 5-plane axis. Take a look at a video of the machine here. The second tie is to a Psychological test (the AXIS V) that measures psychological, social and occupational functioning. Read more about this test here.

Each of the band's three albums, "Memory Maker", "The Other Side" and "EARTHLINGS" are available for digital purchase where ever you buy music. The response to the new album has been huge for the band! Listen to the Album >>

The band's writing is immersed in current political, social and heart-felt subjects, and has a very distinct guitar-vocal-drum driven vibe. Rhyming lyrics that make perfect light of the rock-driven platform behind lead singer, songwriter, David Stanfill. There are over 200 world-wide digital media outlets serving up AXIS Five music goodness - so look for "AXIS Five" where ever you shop or stream music!

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