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Beto Vazquez Infinity Biography

Power Metal - Argentina


Beto Vazquez Infinity discography

Beto Vazquez Infinity biography

For some time, the Argentinean bass player and songwriter Beto Vazquez (leader and founder of the extinct band Nepal), continued enlarging his musical horizons, always accumulating new ideas, and with the hope of finally making a group of musicians that could fulfill and understand what he really wanted to transmit. This new creative stage in Beto's careeer uses very varied compositions in what refers to styles, leaving behind the songwriting parameters that he surrendered in the last years next to his former band (Nepal).


In September of 1999, he finished to compose what would be a demo, which was listened by the record label Nems Enterprises, who immediately offered him a record deal. Vázquez would have the hard task now of finding musicians that were adjusted to the high standards that the project demanded. The company also suggested him that the album could be sang in English by voices of international fame, making it easy for the album to be released worldwide. Without a doubt, a great challenge for an Argentinean musician; difficult but not impossible...


All the songs were created by Beto Vázquez and performed by the band. This way, in charge of the songwriting, the musical direction, the arrangements; and playing four & five strings bass, acoustic and electric, acoustic and electric guitar, Vázquez was able to expand his potential as a musician and give shape to a new project based on his personal music favorites (Pink Floyd, Rhapsody, Helloween, Skyclad, Porcupine Tree, Moonspell, Blackmore's Night, In Flames, etc).


On the first album the guests was:


Tarja Turunen (ex NW), Candice Nigth (Blackmore´s Night), Sabine Eldesbacher (Edenbridge) and Fabio Lione (Rhapsody).


In April, 2002 the tour producer José Luis Botto poposed Beto to take the band on tour and play in Spain, in a fest where bands such as Barón Rojo, Shaman, Ángeles del Infierno and Dark Moor among others would take part. Therefore, the band travelled to Spain and gave their first international show there. The audience showed great approval, and the musicians claim to have really enjoyed that experience.


Beto Vazquez Infinity played as support with bands like:
Nightwish, Labyrinth, Vision Divine, Angra, Tierra Santa and others.


In 2003 and 2004 composed other full CD of the band, called Space Without Limits, on which participated artists like: Liv Kristine (Leaves Eyes) Floor Jansen (After Forever) Elisa C. Martin (Dreamaker) Arjen Lucassen (Ayreon) J.P.Leppaluoto (Charon) Walter Giardino (Rata Blanca) among others. Unfortunally, the album is still delayed by the record Nems Entreprises (Arg) by mix troubles and they are working to edit it. Nems Enterprises is the only who can release Space Without Limits.


The band was on this tributes:


"The Keepers of Jericho - Part II" with the version of "A Tale That Wasn´t Right" singed by Elisa Martin (Ex Dark Moor).


“Sabbath Crosses” with the song Die Young, released by Black Star C.


“A tribute to Priest” with the song Freewhell Burning.


“Hangar de Almas” with the song A Tout le Monde (Megadeth), released by 2M producciones.


In noviembre 2006  release the second full album:


“Flying towards the new horizon” by the record BVM Records, and the guests was:
Antti Railio (Celesty) Finland, Aldo Lonobile (Secret Sphere) Italy, Sonia Pineault ( Forgotten Tales) Canada, Quinn Weng ( Seraphim) Taiwan, Nahor Andrade (Dynasty) Brazil.


Now the band is recording the upcoming album DARKMIND... news very soon...


Beto Vazquez Infinity is a project based on seriousness and respect towards people, musicians and music in general.