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Artist: Alias

Title: Metal to Infinity

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Alias Metal to Infinity Album Cover


Category: Melodic Metal

Year: 1994

Label: RTN (Luxemburg)

Catalog Number: RTN 41202


Mark Severns guitar, backing vocals
Phil Arnt drums
Carl Hayden lead vocals
Dirk Van Tilborg bass, keyboards, backing vocals


1.  Ultraviolence  4:43
2.  Stormy Eyes  5:05
3.  Dreamer  7:20
4.  Alpha-Omega  4:42
5.  Metal to Infinty  4:17
6.  First Born  3:20
7.  You're on My Mind  3:31
8.  Fantasy  5:45
9.  The Mirror  4:43
10.  Prisoner of Dreams live  4:00
11.  Emerald Eyes live  3:20
Total Running Time:  50:46

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From: andrutz27@yahoo Date: April 2, 2001 at 12:29
ok k ok k ok ok ok!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

From: ROBIN Date: June 21, 2001 at 1:20

From: Chuck Date: September 2, 2001 at 13:03
Bite me? I want samples.

From: jon Date: September 5, 2001 at 21:27
great melodic metal

From: ed malmsteen Date: December 8, 2001 at 15:53
jesus christ who killed this guys cat they sound like there recording in a trash can or dumpster

From: Friday 13th Date: May 23, 2002 at 6:13
Great album by an band who sound like eraly Vicious Rumors, Racer X etc... Look out cos there coming back!! friday13th@robhalford.com

From: Mr.Chance Date: November 19, 2002 at 15:29
Incredible!!!!!!!!!! These Guys are INCREDIBLE gifted Musicians!!!!!!!!!!! GREAT Metal, incredible fast and classical guitar melodies and very melodic Sound, and Hard and powerful!!!!!!!!!!

From: rene Date: January 18, 2003 at 19:06
Great 80s sounding progresive metal album. A mix between HAIR APPERENT, QUEENSRYCHE and CRIMSON GLORY with balls

From: luis aormaniac Date: February 14, 2004 at 16:07
don't confuse this shitty band with the aor masters canadian band alias...the true one.....with freddy curci on vocals and steve de marchi......i hope they're never come back and stay underground and dead forever.......what a crappy band..........

From: Pierre d caprio Date: February 15, 2004 at 11:35
oh My son, this is wonderfull!!! i recomend!! Barrerito and Tião carrero and Pardim.

From: savvas Date: July 13, 2004 at 3:39
Great masterpiece of us power metal!in the vein of grimson glory and queensryche!powerful vocals!buy or die!

From: VEGASMETAL Date: August 17, 2004 at 7:24
Awesome 80s Melodic Metal

From: P.C. Date: November 30, 2004 at 15:22
WHERE IS FANTASY ? WHY THIS BAND MUST USED NAME OF GREAT AOR BAND ALIAS .( debut Emi 1990 ) Itīs BIG BIG SHAME !!! I think my next band will be named POISON .Yeaaaah !!!

From: BRM Date: February 14, 2005 at 16:54
By reading reviews it's a 50/50 thing on this being crap or good, so i downloaded this album to check it out,& I must say it is pretty good. The albums production isn't perfect but the tracks are good, this album certainly sounds as if it was made around '88, reminds me of band like Leatherwolf etc. & as another person points out in these reviews the artists involved are talented, check it out. (curent rating on this on my review was 9.30/10 (66 ratings) before someone decides to mess with it!)

From: Japangea Date: July 8, 2006 at 21:30
A nice power metallic gem.The singer reminds me Geoff Tate and that's why the band is Queensryche-ish in sound but more powerful and more closer to Leatherwolf and Shok Paris.The singer sings like Don Dokken sometimes,so this can bring you an image if Dokken changes their direction to the power metal side,it's what this CD may sound like.I really wonder why this high-quality CD was released thru such an unknown label in Luxemburg.

From: YNGWIEVIKING Date: August 27, 2007 at 4:55
GOOD CD 77/100 US POWER METAL Poor production but very good guitar SHRED playing ! Not as good but if you like LETHAL/APOLLO RA/RACER X/PHANTOM/CULPRIT/HEIR APPARENT/early QUEENSRYCHE and the MIGHTY CRIMSON GLORY maybe you can find some great moments !

From: shoemaker Date: August 27, 2007 at 11:18
Hey P.C. this ALIAS debut "st" is from 1987. So they took not the name from Curcis ALIAS. This is good us-metal, similar to FATES WARNING.

From: sharatan Date: February 14, 2009 at 15:38
a lot of bullshit has been said here. actually perhaps the pussy aor alias took the name from this alias. metal to infinity is a real melodic metal. not some wimpy stuff. actually this is a 1989 release on vinyl. and it's their 2nd one. the first is from 1987 and it's not so great as this one, although it has a couple of great trax. i don't care for the cd which obviously came some years later. my friend japangea if you like the vocalist check the first demo tape he did with krommodon. please,again, don't confuse them with the pussy aor band alias who steal their name. the floridian alias has some real guitar sound.

From: shoemaker Date: February 15, 2009 at 11:03
Yes, thatīs what I told "st" debut from 1987.

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