Originally formed by Alessandro Del Vecchio in 2002, Edge Of Forever released three very well received albums: “Feeding The Fire," produced by Marcel Jacob (Yngwie Malmsteen, Talisman) and “Let The Demon Rock’n’Roll”, produced by Bobby Barth (Axe, Blackfoot), both featuring Bob Harris (Axe, Frank Zappa) on vocals and “Another Paradise” which saw Alessandro Del Vecchio take the lead vocal spot and production duties.
Years of artistic collaboration between Alessandro and Frontiers are by now synonimous of amazing records; since Del Vecchio teamed up with Frontiers he became a reference name in the Hard Rock world, being the producer, songwriter and musician behind successful top charting albums with the likes of Hardline, Jorn, Revolution Saints, The End Machine, Find Me, First Signal, Harem Scarem, House Of Lords and many others.
With a revived line-up featuring founding member, producer, singer and keyboardist Alessandro Del Vecchio, guitarist Aldo Lonobile (Secret Sphere), bass player Nik Mazzucconi (Labyrinth) and drummer Marco Di Salvia (Hardline), Edge Of Forever in 2019 release “Native Soul” a deep and spiritual record, where the Native concepts of Life, Faith and Love for Mother Earth come alive in many songs.
In 2023, always via Frontiers Music, the band release the new "Ritual", an album that tells the story of the last two indigenous people speaking a language soon to be forgotten. The twins, a boy and a girl, were sent to two different residential schools and were told that there was no one else left from their Nation and they needed to forget everything they might remember from it, either language or culture. Secretly, they continued practicing their idiom, hoping to escape and find their twin somewhere in the world. The boy ends up escaping school and starts a lifelong journey which leads him to meeting his sister on his bed of death. The album tells a story of pride, strength, pain, but also ultimate joy and fulfillment in being who you truly and deeply are.