Marillion frontman Steve Hogarth talks us through their new release F.E.A.R.
Discipline mainman, Matthew Parmenter, has just released a new solo album, the stripped-back All Our Yesterdays. He tells Prog about how it was powered by procrastination, reveals the problem
Dust off your Walkman and get ready for Haken’s new 80s-inspired album Affinity. A compelling mix of 90125, the Transformers cartoon soundtrack and Toto, with just a touch of black metal, they
On their long-overdue second album All That You Fear Is Gone, Headspace sound bigger, better and bolder. “We all have very high expectations,” the prog supergroup tell us…
Led by two brothers, The Tea Club hail from the States and specialise in classic 70s prog sounds with a modern twist.
The Alan Parsons Project’s studio mastery earned them huge album sales without touring. In Prog #45, Parsons reflected on life after Pink Floyd and making an album in three days
The alt-rock singer-songwriter, who recently joined Flying Colors, tells us all about the band’s new live release, and why he’s even putting his own group on hold to record a solo prog album.
On the eve of their new releases, Queensrÿche and Geoff Tate's Operation: Mindcrime talk to Prog about their bitter bust-up, and their current, forward-looking projects.
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