Love Is to be released the day after Steve Howe's autobiography All My Yesterdays is published
It’s been yet another busy week in the world of rock, metal and prog – here are the stories that hit the headlines
Vocalist Biff Byford talks career highs, the status of the new Saxon album and the band being offered “something quite special” for 2021
Ozzy’s first studio album in 10 years will be released later this week, with The Prince Of Darkness confirming it’ll include his collaboration with Post Malone and Travis Scott
Company behind the Jumanji films lock down the rights to develop a movie based around Emerson, Lake & Palmer’s 1973 track
Jerry Cantrell says work is currently under way on a new solo album - his first since 2002’s Degradation Trip
New Years Day share lyric video for their track Skeletons ahead of their UK and European tour - song taken from their Unbreakable album
Lamb Of God share full performance from their recent show at Chicago’s House Of Vans - where band played Checkmate live for the first time
The United States Army Band release video of their cover of Rush’s 1987 track Time Stand Still in honour of Neil Peart
Australian proggers Ebonivory release guitar playthrough of Persist to celebrate Caligula's Horse dates
Rage Against The Machine have added further shows to their reunion tour and they've also come up with a plan to stop the ticket scalpers
Generation Z are up in arms with the announcement that Rage Against The Machine would be playing this year's Reading and Leeds festivals – here are some of the best teenage responses
John Hughes' 80s teen movies were famous for their soundtracks. So how come they killed the career of every band they featured?
It's 1988, and it's the day before Atlantic Records' 40th birthday party. Led Zeppelin have agreed to play, but that's just about all Jimmy Page and Robert Plant agree about
Liverpool’s Dawn Ray’d are railing against authoritarianism and advocating for freedom of choice. After all, isn’t that what black metal’s all about?
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Shakespeare's Sister and Bananarama star Siobhan Fahey says a schoolgirl crush kickstarted a life-long love of the UK prog giants
Masked Singer presenter Joel Dommett prefers some Muse, Tool, Coheed and Cave In when it comes to music
Supertramp saxophonist John Helliwell on reunion possibilities, surviving punk, the Paris live album and more
Atlanta glam outfit Starbenders have just released one of 2020's best albums in Love Potions. But what music shapes their sound?
Honeyed harmonies, subversively witty lyrics and superb musicianship? It can only be Jellyfish's Bellybutton
Two Tails & The Dirty Truth Of Love & Revolution is the second album from acclaimed Irish rock’n’rollers Blackwater Conspiracy
How long can three boys (and one woman) stay teenage? Quite a long time, it appears, if you're Ash
Eclectic Liverpudlian metalcore crew Loathe prove they're one of the most exciting new bands to emerge from the British underground
Recorded at London's Islington Academy in 2009, Gary Moore: Live from London finds the guitarist back in blue and at his peak