Fragile Vastness is a Greek band, formed in February 2000 by Babis Tsolakis (drums, former member of Piranha and Retrospect), Vangelis Yalamas (bass guitar, former member of Airged Lahm and Retrospect), Evi Katsamatsa (piano/keyboards, a piano teacher), Alex Flouros (guitars, former member of Sound Of Silence) and Zacharias Tsoumos (vocals, tenor at the National Greek Opera).
Their musical influence covers a wide spectrum of different kinds of music, like jazz, Latin and ethnic music, but they can be categorized as a progressive rock/progressive metal band. After signing a contract with the record company Sleaszy Rider, they release their debut album called “Excerpts...”, including the video clip for the song “Weep No More”, on the November 19, 2002.
In the beginning of 2004, Zacharias Tsoumos leaves the band due to obligations and is replaced by George Ikosipentakis. With this synthesis, their second album "A Tribute To Life" was released in 2005. Fragile Vastness has been a support band for bands like Sentenced, Pain of Salvation, Rage, Primordial, Deadsoul Tribe, Fates Warning and Helloween.
In 2015 the band enters Fragile Studio, 15 years after their last album, with a new line up. George Thanasoglou replaced Alex Flouros on the guitars and a few months later Vasilis Batilas also joined the band as a second guitarist. By the end of the year the singer George Eikosipentakis leaves the band due to personal obligations and after one month of auditioning several singers men and women, the band decided Elena Stratigopoulou to be the new vocalist of the band.