Gazpacho's eleventh studio album, 2020's Fireworker, was yet another intriguing conceptual affair exploring the idea that there’s something within human beings that steers our behaviour without our control or consent.
Threshold unveiled their returning vocalist GlynnMorgan for 2017's double concept album Legends Of The Shires. Here they tell the album's story
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The classic studio albums by Black Sabbath, Neil Young, AC/DC, Judas Priest and more that aren’t on the world’s biggest streaming service
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Kate Bush's finest songs, as chosen by Marillion, King Crimson, Nightwish, Big Big Train and more – from Wuthering Heights to Running Up That Hill and beyond
Tool bassist Justin Chancellor looks back on the making of the band's 2001 release Lateralus: the album that proved progressive music could resonate with the public.
Tim Bowness examines the changing nature of the music industry and popular culture through his fictional rock star who has fallen from grace
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