Nerve Axis was an Amiga demo group, born in July 1992 by Telemach, originally headquartered around Bolton, Manchester in England. Later that year, in september, several British groups split up, and Nerve Axis gained a lot of good members. Their demo Impossible Cube in 1993 was the first British AGA demo. Lots of those members later left, forming the new group Neo. Among the ones who left were previous star coders Khul and Rombust. OSD left the scene altogether. From an alltime high of 45 (!) members this left them with 7. After some time without even a coder, things then started to pick up. They recruited new members, and after Neo died Rombust rejoined.
Original founder Telemach left to concentrate on his new group Ascii Unlimited in mid 1993. His organizing duties were taken over by Sarek and Evil-C. Kenton left to form a new group around this time. English coder Oedipus left for Destiny shortly after the Destiny Communion party in august. English coder Lando is no longer a member, but has resurfaced in Mangoo in the year 2000!
The august 1997 demo Pulse came with a text file that contained a complete memberlist, listing Zone, Crash, TANGo, Venom, Meson, Schlott, Babbage, Nik, Nexus, Spoon, Jam, Ganja, Turbo, ZipZippy, Ace, KGB, Demolee, Neelix and Icon.
In february 1998 the group released the promotional intro "Sentient Ore" for Darkage's diskmag "Showtime #9". In a major cleanup, Ace, ZipZippy, Demolee, Turbo, Nik (code), Nexus (code) and Icon (trade) were all kicked in april. The august demo Relic came with a text file featuring their memberlist, revealing Babbage, Nik, Nexus, Turbo, ZipZippy, Ace, KGB, Demolee, Neelix and Icon were removed from the memberlist since last year, while Wade had appeared.
In an interview with group leader Crash in Haujobb's Devotion #2 (june 2001) diskmag, the group's future was discussed. Most members now have pcs, and the prospect of further amiga demos are almost nonevident. Their coder Schlott now works as a pc coder for Runecraft in Yorkshire, England, currently finishing up work on his first commercial title, the puzzle game "Super Bubble Pop". Zone is also working at Runecraft, designing front screens, menus and websites for various projects. Coder Venom has emigrated to the usa to work for a large ISP, while finnish musician Ganja (ex Mystic, old handle Slice, new late95, who left for Scoopex some time ago) is in the finishing stages of cutting his first commercial cd. Meson has probably left the scene for good.