On Pharos, the follow-up to Ihahn's Telemark EP, the Norwegian prog metaller displayed a softer experimental side
In 2021 the North Carolina prog metallers Between The Buried And Me decided to record the follow-up to their 2007 album Colors
A lot of proggers love them, but the purists can remain unmoved. As they gear up for the release of their latest album Will Of The People, we look at Muse's proggiest tunes
From grungy indie to avant-garde rock, Radiohead have always been restlessly creative. Here's their proggiest tracks
With Fortitude French quartet Gojira placed themselves firmly in the prog metal world. Here they discuss wide-ranging influences from Mike Oldfield to Eastern drumming rhythms
The Tangent mark their 20th anniversary with their 12th studio album - listen to a single edit of lead track The Changes
Listen to Charlie Griffiths' new single Arctic Cemetery, featuring Between The Buried And Me singer Tommy Rogers
Australian electro-proggers Voyager celebrate 20 years with a fan picked set list covering their vibrant and varied back catalogue
Young guitar virtuoso Plini chats to Prog about Impulse Voices, inspiration and why he considers imitation to be the most sincere form of flattery
The Cockroach King made them, now they’re breaking him. Prog catches up with Haken to learn all about their ambitious album, Virus, which concludes the prog metal titans’ definitive decade
Norwegian prog metaller Ihsahn premieres his recent Telemark and Pharos EPs in last night's live stream
Three singers and three EPs in and Southampton’s quirky four-piece A Formal Horse have found the perfect blend of ingredients for their hard rock meets nerdy prog cocktail
British festivals, with an ever-looming fear of rain, can be a drag. Luckily the sun-kissed city of Barcelona offers Be Prog! My Friend, a unique and stunning prog festival
Matt Cohen reflects on 2014’s “magnificent” Trinity debut and looks forward to another big prog family reunion.
The former Touchstone singer will debut her new John Mitchell-produced solo material at this year's event
The former Darwin's Radio and Frost* man talks about his solo performance at this year's charity prog event Trinity II
The Parallax Method don’t shy away from wild experimentation and believe that some of the best ideas can come from mistakes. It’s no surprise, then, that they're starting to turn heads...
Southampton prog quartet A Formal Horse are set to play Trinity II on the back of new album Made In Chelsea...