It looks like AC/DC will be back in the game very soon…
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Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason admits that the prog superstars have been “more than blessed”
Rammstein will release a limited edition of their debut album Herzeleid in December in celebration of its 25th anniversary
Pop legend Mariah Carey wrote, produced and sang backing vocals on nearly every song from Chick's long-lost album Someone’s Ugly Daughter
Nashville rockers The Cadillac Three have fuzzed up their Hard Out Here For A Country Boy single and it's more fun than a barrel full of crocodiles
Shinedown men Smith & Myers' will release Vol 2 hot on the heals of Vol 1 in October, and there's two new singles
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Joe Satriani has been telling everyone he’s not a shredder for years, but no-one is listening
Mick Fleetwood unveils new video for These Strange Times, originally released on Fleetwood Mac’s 1995 album Time
A song about people who love money (not loaves) that came out of an ear-bleeding jam session, Breadfan became Budgie’s anthem and a fan favourite. Metallica thought it was pretty good too
It looks like AC/DC are teasing a new album – and from choice cameos to giant platypuses, here's the things we want from it
It’s the ultimate concept album and best-selling prog soundtrack of all time. Prog spoke to Jeff Wayne about his epic creation inspired by a classic of 19th century literature.
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Michael J Sheehy's new album was recorded alone and quietly – the result is a profound and touching response to these dark times
Dave Mustaine looks back on Megadeth‘s Rust In Peace album – “a masterpiece created in the darkness of heroin”
Introducing prog-loving shamanic prog-blues duo Crown Lands, who say “more is more” and mix brains with musical brawn.
Amp-humpin’, high-octane instrumentalists! Is it music made by guitarists for guitarists? Not always!
Manic Street Preachers’ James Dean Bradfield talks about his new solo ‘concept’ album Even In Exile, why he won’t be playing it live, and getting to grips with playing an instrument that’s taller than he is
When the going got tough, heading for burn-out and facing calling time on something they’d put so much into, Swedish band Blues Pills pulled together and got going
For Kiss, the 90s was a roller-coaster decade that took them from the lows of a shelved ‘grunge’ album to a money-spinning reunion to a cataclysmic fall-out. Roll up and step into the Psycho Circus
Yes become Yeggles on Drama, bringing in two pop interlopers from Buggles to shine a light on the path towards gleaming chart success
31 years on, Lou Reed's New York is still conversational, caustic and full of characters
Veteran pioneers crank it up as a Stooge James Williamson and Birdman Deniz Tek combine forces on Two To One
Public Enemy: Still fighting the power, with help from some famous friends on What You Gonna Do When the Grid Goes Down?
Mastodon's new compilation Medium Rarities is a breakneck trawl through the cobweb-strewn corners of their archive
The Flaming Lips have just released their new album American Head, and here's what we made of it
Peter Green’s Mac swansong stands proud as Fleetwood Mac's entire pre-Buckingham-Nicks era gets boxed on 1969 To 1974