Rooted in 80s Rush, but with an eye on the progressive future.
As a musician, songwriter and producer, Greg Lake leaves behind a rich legacy of music, one that helped shaped prog rock as we know it
As composer Fabio Frizzi plans a new studio album and live movie soundtrack shows, he tells us about his lifelong love of prog and the art of bringing out “the suffering, the love, the hate"
Salih Karagöz is behind the record shop-turned-label that’s helping to keep Turkey’s prog scene going
Four decades ago, Black Sabbath faced the end of the road for the first time – and they had to make the most drastic of decisions to survive
Its title defined an era and introduced a new phrase into the English vernacular. Yet the first single by Ian Dury & The Blockheads was never actually a hit
For an island with a relatively small population, Ireland has always punched way above its weight when it comes to musical output. Here's 10 of the very best rock acts from the Emerald Isle
Yes guitarist Steve Howe picks 10 songs that made an impact during his 50-year career in rock, from Les Paul to The Libertines
How proto-proggers The Nice's fiery performance of West Side Story classic America at the Royal Albert Hall offended both Leonard Bernstein and the US Embassy
10 Great Dutch Rock Bands? There's Radar Love and the yodelling classic Hocus Pocus, but does the story really go any deeper or further? You'd better believe it.
It's time to turn ze spotlight on The Scorpions' 18 studio albums, ranked from indigestible to incandescent
1994: The year Alice In Chains gave us Jar Of Flies and Korn released their iconic, self-titled debut. It was also the year when Corrosion Of Conformity released the genre-defining Deliverance