乐队成立于1990年代初期，由吉他手Tommy Vucur，鼓手Jack Lukic和贝斯手Joe Del Mastro组成，其乐队来自早期的Eye。歌手Silvio Massaro和键盘手Pep Sammartino于1990年代中期加入乐队，乐队更名为Vanishing Point。安德鲁·怀特海德（Andrew Whitehead）加入吉他手后不久。乐队集中精力于歌曲创作和录制以及他们的第一张专辑，In Thought于1996年录制，并于1997年在德国由欧洲唱片公司Angular Records发行在欧洲发行。第二年，由墨尔本唱片公司Metal Metal Warriors在澳大利亚发行。重新发行的特色曲目是《Inner Peace》，其中有新吉他手Chris Porcianko，他取代了Andrew Whitehead。
1999年，在Pep Sammartino友好离开乐队寻求其他途径之前，乐队为Yngwie Malmsteen提供了支持。他被丹尼·奥尔丁（Danny Olding）取代。此后不久，消失点前往德国参加2000年的Wacken露天音乐节。那年晚些时候，乐队的第二张专辑《魔发奇缘》在澳大利亚和德国的LMP唱片公司在全球发行。接下来的18个月是乐队的繁忙时期。在2001年末，消失点回到欧洲与Gamma Ray和Sonata Arctica进行巡回演出，在此期间，Olding为Gamma Ray提供了现场键盘。他们于2002年返回澳大利亚，与德国乐队Edguy一起巡回了该国。游览结束后不久，奥尔丁便从消失点辞职。
Vanishing Point在2003年期间创作了他们的下一张专辑，然后在堪培拉的一年一度（享誉盛名）的年度的Metal For The Brain音乐节上鲜为人知。来自Manic Opera的Leonard Kopilas代替了Olding，继续进行录制，但由于与Metal Warrior的持续分歧，Vanishing Point被迫自愿退出。这导致Vanishing Point停止了对Metal Warrior的管理。然而，在2005年，乐队又回到了Metal For The Brain的现场表演，然后与Nightwish一起在澳大利亚巡回演唱会的墨尔本演出。Embrace The Silence于年中在国际上以他们的新标签德国Dockyard 1发布，在澳大利亚以卧龙岗的Riot发行！标签。在今年下半年，Joe Del Mastro宣布他将从Vanishing Point离开。
在2006年期间，Vanishing Point在澳大利亚巡回演唱会的墨尔本站上为黑标协会和Gamma Ray提供了支持。12月7日，杰克·卢基奇因家庭原因宣布离职，而22天后，考克斯也离开了。他被狂躁歌剧的阿德里安·阿里米奇（Adrian Alimic）取代，克里斯蒂安·纳蒂沃（Christian Nativo）取代了杰克·卢基奇（Jack Lukic）（鼓手）。杰克·洛（Jake Lowe）被邀请执行现场键盘演奏，2007年5月，消失点（Vanishing Point）支持了澳大利亚和新西兰的DragonForce。乐队的第四张专辑《第四季》于2007年8月24日通过Dockyard 1发行。2008年2月，消失的角支持Iron Maiden，在珀斯进行了一场表演，在墨尔本进行了两次表演。Vanishing Point于2008年2月与澳大利亚金属金属乐队Black Majesty一起与Helloween一起巡回演出。2008年7月，Vaninishing Point支持Joe Satriani参加了两次墨尔本演出。
2008年9月下旬，消失点再次在欧洲起飞，这次是与挪威的异教徒心灵乐队（Pagan’s Mind）的好朋友Sonata Arctica的合作，这次巡回演出获得了成功，并且乐队在许多从未有过的新国家/地区演出。Vanishing Point短暂回国回到澳大利亚，然后全神贯注于编写《第四季》的后续专辑。
2010年，联合创始人Tommy Vucur对其进行了命名，并离开了乐队。Adrian Alimic和Jake Lowe也在2010年离开乐队。2011年，Simon Best加入了贝斯乐队，之后是吉他手Scott Griffith，并于2月开始了第五张专辑的录制。由于个人/家庭损失，以及斯科特·格里菲斯（Scott Griffith）决定在自己的乐队上花费更多的时间，该进度比乐队预期的要慢，这引起了海外潜在唱片公司的兴趣。
Vanishing Point are a progressive metal band based in Melbourne, Australia.
The band formed in the early 1990s with the line up of guitarist Tommy Vucur, drummer Jack Lukic and bassist Joe Del Mastro, from an earlier band called Eye. Vocalist Silvio Massaro and keyboard player Pep Sammartino joined the band in the mid 1990s and the band changed its name to Vanishing Point. Soon after Andrew Whitehead joined as a guitarist. The band concentrated their efforts on songwriting and recording and their first album, and In Thought was recorded in 1996, and released in Europe by German label Angular Records in 1997. The following year it was re-issued in Australia by Melbourne label Metal Warriors. The re-issue featured a bonus track, Inner Peace, which featured new Guitarist Chris Porcianko, who replaced Andrew Whitehead.
In 1999, the band supported Yngwie Malmsteen before Pep Sammartino amicably left the band to pursue other avenues. He was replaced by Danny Olding. Soon afterward, Vanishing Point headed to Germany for the 2000 Wacken Open Air festival. Later that year the band’s second album Tangled in Dream was released in Australia and internationally by Germany’s LMP label. The following eighteen months was a busy period for the band. In late 2001, Vanishing Point returned to Europe for a tour with Gamma Ray and Sonata Arctica, during which Olding provided live keyboards for Gamma Ray. Returning to Australia in 2002, they toured the country with German band Edguy. Olding resigned from Vanishing Point shortly after the tour was completed.
Vanishing Point worked on their next album throughout 2003 before making a rare live appearance at the annual and prestigious (now defunct) Metal For The Brain festival in Canberra. Leonard Kopilas from Manic Opera joined the band in place of Olding as recording continued, but Vanishing Point was forced into an involuntary hiatus due to ongoing differences with Metal Warriors. This led to Vanishing Point discontinuing their management with Metal Warriors. However, in 2005 the band returned to a live performance at Metal For The Brain, and then a show with Nightwish on the Melbourne leg of their Australian tour. Embrace The Silence was released mid-year internationally by their new label, Germany’s Dockyard 1 and in Australian by the Wollongong-based Riot! label. Late in the year, Joe Del Mastro announced his departure from Vanishing Point. After completing a final round of live shows with the band, he was replaced by Steve Cox.
During 2006, Vanishing Point supported Black Label Society and Gamma Ray on the Melbourne leg of their Australian tours. On 7 December Jack Lukic announced his departure due to family commitments and 22 days later Cox also left. He was replaced by Adrian Alimic, also of Manic Opera and Christian Nativo took the place of Jack Lukic (on drums). Jake Lowe was enlisted to perform live keyboards, and in May 2007, Vanishing Point supported DragonForce in Australia and New Zealand. The band’s fourth album The Fourth Season was released on 24 August 2007, through Dockyard 1. In February 2008 Vanishing Point supported Iron Maiden, performing a single show in Perth and two shows in Melbourne. Vanishing Point appeared alongside fellow Australian power metal band Black Majesty on tour with Helloween in February 2008. In July 2008 Vanishing Point supported Joe Satriani for his two Melbourne shows.
In late September 2008 Vanishing Point once again took off for Europe this time supporting good friends Sonata Arctica with Norway’s Pagan’s Mind, the tour was a success and the band played in many new countries where the band had never been to before. Vanishing Point returned home to Australia for a short break and then to fully concentrate on writing the follow up album to The Fourth Season.
2009 was spent writing and playing shows both locally and interstate where the band was received positively. Unfortunately the writing process had hit a dead end with some members wanting to pursue different avenues musically which therefore delayed the next album. Eventually this led to a shift in band membership.
In 2010 co-founding member Tommy Vucur called it a day and left the band. Adrian Alimic and Jake Lowe also departed the band in 2010. In 2011 Simon Best joined the band on bass, followed by Scott Griffith on guitar and in February the recording for the fifth album began. Progress has been slower than the band anticipated with there being personal / family loss as well as Scott Griffith deciding to spend more time on his own band which was receiving interest from prospective record companies overseas.
1997 – In Thought (Reissued 2006)
2000 – Tangled In Dream (Reissued 2017) (2CD)
2000 – Tangled In Dream
2005 – Embrace The Silence
2007 – The Fourth Season
2014 – Distant Is The Sun (Japanese Edition)
2014 – Distant Is The Sun
2020 – Dead Elysium