Norwegian art rock acrobats unveil their boldest, most heartfelt creation to date.
As Wobbler emerge from the murky depths of the human psyche with Dwellers Of The Deep, the Norwegian band talk to Prog about not searching for perfection, why we’re all both gods and monsters, and mastering the art of knowing when to stop
Jucifer’s Gazelle Amber Valentine on inspiring Darius Marder’s Sound Of Metal, the realities of living on the road, and why they haven’t watched the film
Smashing the boundaries between rock and jazz, Hedvig Mollestad tells Prog about being inspired by mythological monsters, trusting her listeners to keep up, and why she’s not closing the coffin lid with Ekhidna
Drummer Simon Phillips reflects on a career with Mike Oldfield, The Who, Toto, Jeff Beck, his prog fusion outfit Protocol and more...
Nick Mason and band on the joys of improvising, and why they definitely won’t be doing Comfortably Numb
As frontman for Israeli proggers Orphaned Land, Kobi Farhi passionately wants people to question the world around them. He talks about life, Plato and turning down money from Steve Hackett
The Japanese metal scene is being turned inside out by a generation of women playing faster, harder and heavier. We talk to the movement’s leaders, Lovebites, about a rising phenomenon
Even for an artist as prolific and musically adventurous as Anneke van Giersbergen, launching a new project to shift your already successful career into a new, heavier direction can be a risk.