Young band make a modern twist on classic prog...
With former members of Dream Theater plus hard rock and AOR heroes on board too, Sons Of Apollo are an exciting prospect. Mike Portnoy and Derek Sherinian tell us more
After four years, Magenta are back! Robert Reed and Christina Booth explain why it took so long, the obstacles that stood in their way, and the sci-fi story behind their new album
Line-up changes, label changes and even band name changes: Kyros, formerly known as Synaesthesia, are back in business with their new sci-fi-themed concept album
Neal Morse and Mike Portnoy talk the highs and lows that went into creating the new album by the Neal Morse Band, from studio spats to spiritual journeys…
When heavy metal jumped into bed with prog rock, it looked like a one-night stand. Instead it resulted in a long-standing love affair
After 16 years and the loss of their iconic lead singer, it looked like the end of the road for Kansas. But now the unthinkable has happened: the wayward sons are carrying on
A band’s 18th album has no right to sound as invigorating, ambitious, angry, emotional and exciting as Marillion’s upcoming F*** Everyone And Run. The band tell Prog all about FEAR
Formed by members of a prog tribute act, New Yorkers Circuline are now a fully fledged band who are about to release their second album. Not even a line-up shake-up could halt their journey…
Tiles are releasing a new double concept album featuring guests Ian Anderson and Dream Theater. They never managed to hit the big time in the 90s but can they finally elevate their status now?
Dream Theater bass ace John Myung gets excited about his all-star side project The Jelly Jam, whose new album Profit is jam-packed with catchy prog rock