Aliases introduce their new vocalist, Leigh Dale via video

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Last year, UK metallers ALIASES took the tech metal world by storm, heralding the welcome return to the music scene of former Sikth guitarist, Graham Pinney (Pin), and the subsequent release of their critically acclaimed debut EP, ‘Safer Than Reality’, via Basick Records. In August 2012, in the midst of writing their first full length album, the band announced the departure of vocalist Jay Berast and for the past month, the band have tirelessly worked on finding a new vocalist.
Today they are pleased to announce that their search is over and their new vocalist is Leigh Dale, who is already busy at work recording vocals for the bands forthcoming debut album. The band have released this video of Leigh and a teaser of some of their new tunes for fans.
Comments new vocalist Leigh: “It’s with great pleasure that I introduce myself as the new vocalist for ALIASES! I’m proud to be the person the band have been searching for and hope I can only build on the awesome foundations that previous vocalist, Jay Berast, laid before me. The transition into the band was extremely fluid, we instantly gelled like old friends and have already begun working together on the material for the upcoming album and it’s sounding massive, far more diverse than ‘Safer Than Reality’, more groove, more beauty and more craziness, which will come together to make a real journey of an album.  We are all looking forward to completing it so we can hit the road, meet the fans and add to the ever growing Aliases army on the way!”
Guitarist Leah Woodward adds: We’re excited to announce that we have found the final piece of the Aliases puzzle. We were saddened by the departure of Jay and lost more than just a band member when he left. A void which needed to be filled by someone equally as fun, talented and somewhat mentally unstable. Enter Leigh!  This tattooed, goat bearded, quirky chap has added a whole new level of weird to the band and given us all that solid kick up the ass we needed. The full length album is coming together faster than we could have imagined and Leigh has not only replaced Jay to an un-imaginable level but his new ideas and recordings have continued to inspire us and fill us with confidence that this release will be something special!

We would like to thank everyone who sent e-mails enquiring about the vocal position, we did intend on holding a full audition process…..but Leigh crept up on us like a disease, or a bad smell and we just couldn’t refuse him….or get rid of him. We will keep trying, however, we get the feeling we’ll be stuck with him for the long run!”

Catch Leigh’s first gig with Aliases in Ormskirk on September 30th – for more info – check here


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