Norwegian art rock sextet Gazpacho discuss their 2010 concept album Missa Atropos
With a stunning new album, English Electric, and an ever- growing line-up, Big Big Train are powering ahead.
Echolyn guitarist and vocalist Brett Kull discusses 2012's echolyn alb um, the band's first for seven years at the time
In 2009 old friends Steve Hackett and Chris Squire teamed up to make the lone Squackett album A Life Within A Day
Welsh proggers Magenta have returned to their signature sound on Masters Of Illusion. Robert Reed discusses marrying his pop background with prog, horror actors and the perils of social media
The Sentinel was supposed to make Pallas stars. Instead it's a tale of ill fortune and a fabled producer whose eye came off the ball
How the US proggers made sixth album Snow, under the shadow of 9/11 and with their lead singer on the verge of quitting for God!
Nick Shilton was both a fan and a friend of the late John Wetton. He looks back on his friendship with Wetton and the wide-ranging influence of his music
Prog writer Nick Shilton knew John Wetton well for many years. Here he recalls his personal journey with the late musician's output...
If prog ruled the world in the 1970s, then the 80s found it retreating to take stock. But it still produced some classic albums – and these are the 10 best
Epic soundtracks with intricate, melodic harmonies or gratuitous, overblown tosh? No other rock genre - even in the 70s - divided opinion like Prog
Lonely Robot is a solo project featuring a who’s who of prog stars, John Mitchell tells us, “It’s the most refreshing thing I’ve ever done.”
Prog heavyweights Threshold talk line-up changes, leaving their angsty days behind them and how the creation of the new album was the smoothest yet.
Eight years after their promising debut, The Gift have returned from exile with a new album. But can frontman Mike Morton stop thinking he’s “the next Mike Oldfield”?