Forty-four years on from their first hit and almost 10 since their last album, The Stranglers have weathered storms and return with a new record dedicated to late keyboard player Dave Greenfield
Revitalised genre agnostics The Wildhearts take the kitchen sink and run with it on 21st Century Love Songs
Blacktop Mojo's self-titled album is the Texans’ fourth collection of 'southern grunge', and it's stuffed with melodic peaks
Seattle guitar ace Ayron Jones is channelling a tough upbringing into a big, bad, grungy, bluesy rock noise, all the while battling racial stereotypes
Out now: Atlanta rockers Blackberry Smoke blend rhinestones and rock’n’soul with reliable skill on seventh studio album You Hear Georgia
The story of the 1989 album Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe. A classic Yes reunion by any other name...
You want it darker? Jem Godfrey’s modern prog mavericks return to gleefully rail at the world, dripping cynicism, contempt and some of the most galvanising tunes you’ll hear this year.
Self-produced and chaotically mixed in five days, this is how 80s prog rockers IQ made their 1983 debut album
The Izz singer’s second solo LP is a captivating concept set – with a message open to your interpretation
Former Marillion frontman Fish says 11th solo album Weltschmerz is his last. Here he looks back at the highs and lows of his solo career
Out now: Much-hyped Michigan siblings Greta Van Fleet diversify successfully on second album The Battle At Garden's Gate
Cambridge rockers The Treatment have no qualms about signing up for some dumb fun on Waiting For Good Luck
Loved by some, loathed by others, Inglorious frontman/main man Nathan James is no stranger to being the brunt of verbal abuse. But is it deserved, or is he just another innocent victim?
Fiftieth-anniversary five-LP/four-CD edition of Black Sabbath's Paranoid metal landmark, expanded with live recordings