|Years active||1980 - 1984, 1988|
|Associated acts||Black Steel, Rose Tattoo, Judge Mercy, Angus McDeth, Trilogy, Black and Blue|
|Andy Cichon, Joe Demasi, Rob Hartley, Scott Johnston, Vince Linardi, Jamie Page, Paul Radcliffe|
- Final line-up
- Rob Hartley (vocals)
- Jamie Page (guitar)
- Andy Cichon (bass)
- Scott Johnston (drums)
- Paul Radcliffe (keys)
- Former members
- Vince Linardi (bass)
- Joe Demasi (drums)
Perth, WA, 1980
Black Alice was a Perth heavy metal band from the early 1980s that sounded like Judas Priest. The group picked up some interest from RCA who sponsored their recording session in Singapore and released the album internationally before it was made available in Australia. It was not a particular success and Black Alice effectively ceased to be shortly afterward.
In 1988 Page and Hartley revived the band with help from Cichon and Johnston from Rose Tattoo to provide the soundtrack for the film Sons of Steel in which Hartley starred.
Page formed Trilogy in 1984 with two former members of Saracen and later did extensive session work including two Angus McDeth albums and in the mid-90s formed a cover band called Black and Blue that evolved into Black Steel.
|1988||Sons of Steel||rooArt|
|1989||Fighting For You||rooArt|