nder the initial line-up of Yan Chamberland (drums), Eric Fiset (vocals), Robert Guimond (guitars (rhythm)/bass), Vincent Malo (guitars (lead)/bass), Nervous Impulse would release their debut Enough for Dementia (2009). A bunch of demos and a split would follow before Félix Bourcier (bass), Bruno Mercier (guitars (lead)) and Francis Cousineau (guitars) would move in for the release of Time to Panic (2015). A split record would emerge every year thereafter culminating in Daily Grind (2019). Félix Bourcier would leave in 2018. It is unknown when, but Sylvain Paradis would be featured on vocals.