|2||Truth Is A Gun|
|13||Colors Of A Bruise|
|14||On The Floor|
|15||The Finish Line|
|17||Feed Your Ego|
|18||Just In Case|
|23||Thought You Knew|
Axium was a Missouri-based band once headed by American Idol season 7 winner David Cook. Their sound was described as Alice in Chains meets Tantric.
David Cook formed Axium in his junior year of high school alongside drummer Bobby Kerr. The band was originally called Red Eye, but they changed it because it sounded too much like Pink Eye. Bobby Kerr left the band in 2005, followed by David Cook a little over a year later when Axium mutually disbanded in 2006. Past members are: David Cook, Bobby Kerr, Jeff Shrout, Travis Morgan, Nathan Russel, Keith Crawford, Ryan Butler, Jerron Nochols, Matt McLaughlin, Drew Foss and Anthony Mazzarella.
Axium played with notable acts like 8Stops7, Caroline's Spine, Maroon 5, Fountains of Wayne, and Smash Mouth.
One of the band's songs, "Hold," was picked up by AMC Theatres Movie Tunes and was played before previews on over 20,000 screens nationwide. Axium was also named one of the top 15 independent bands in the country in the "Got Milk?" independent band contest, and it was chosen as the best band in Kansas City in 2004.