Eight songs to celebrate the arrival of the 4044th Monday since the end of World War II
The story behind one of the most influential debut albums of the 1990s, by the people who made it
When Peter Hammill released his first ever covers album, In Translation, Prog sat down with him to discover just what really makes him tick
The results of the poll to find the greatest prog metal band ever are in and we have a winner
In the late 1960s Muddy Waters and Howlin’ Wolf turned to the psychedelic rock world in a bid to revitalise their careers. It was a huge gamble. But would it pay off?
From bust-ups to label woes and grappling with the media that just didn’t comprehend them, Dream Theater look back on the creation of a masterpiece
Over a six-decade career, Peter Frampton has lived the rock life to its fullest, playing many parts – prodigy, teen idol, guitar hero, global superstar, forgotten man, comeback kid, survivor
Despite starring Freddy Krueger, being soundtracked by System Of A Down and written by Dee Snider, Strangeland sank to the bottom of bargain bins. Why?
Pentangle's third album, 1968's Basket Of Light, propelled them towards the big time and even gave them a rare hit single!
With new album Pawns & Kings now out in the world, we rank the full back catalogue of modern rock icons Alter Bridge
Released on November 2, 1978, The Police's debut album Outlandos d’Amour helped pushed 'new wave' past punk rock and into the mainstream
Queen albums, like the band, were brilliant, flamboyant and preposterous, and the work of a band who lit up the 70s and 80s and remain a juggernaut today
One critic described Waterloo Sunset as "the most beautiful song in the English language", and for some it's the ultimate London anthem
Taj Mahal headlined over Led Zeppelin and taught Keith Richards things he didn't know. The is his story: the story of a Rising Son
Ian Astbury and Billy Duffy talk about The Cult's new album Under The Midnight Sun, and their “simple vision to make guitar-oriented rock"
Soundgarden guitarist Kim Thayil reflects on Freddie Mercury & Co, from the new book Long Live Queen
Von Hertzen Brothers frontman Mikko von Hertzen picks his 10 favourite songs from a band he calls "the love of my life," Queen
With Brian May in his sickbed, an under pressure Queen recorded the album that laid the foundation for all the success that followed: Sheer Heart Attack