Australian prog metallers Teramaze will release And The Beauty They Perceive in October
Former Darwin's Radio man Dec Burke will support That Joe Payne following Ms Amy Birks withdrawl
UK prog rockers Marillion will release their latest studio album An Hour Before It's Dark early in 2022
Roger Waters continues his long-standing feud with his former Pink Floyd bandmates, labelling their company ‘toxic’
Haken singer Ross Jennings will release his debut solo album A Shadow Of My Future Self in November
US proggers Glass Hammer unveil new line up and will release new concept album Skallagrim - Into The Breach in October
Comedian and Prog Awards host Al Murray travelled to Rome to catch King Crimson live in Pompeii in 2018
In 2011 Swedish prog metallers released their tenth album Heritage, ditching the heavier stuff and going full on prog.
Pink Floyd keyboardist Richard Wright made a surprise appearance with David Gilmour at a London Cinema in 2007. A year later, he was gone
From Alchemist to The Butterfly Effect - 10 progressive metal bands from Down Under creating a storm across the world
Jim Capaldi made wonderful music with Traffic, and on a run of seriously star-studded solo albums
The folk progger reflects on a career that started with guitar lessons from Robert Fripp and has seen him work with the likes of Rick Wakeman, Alan Parsons and more...
After Peter Gabriel left Genesis in 1975, the band responded with the then biggest-selling album of their career. When Steve Hackett left two years later, could they survive this second loss?
Over 50 years Styx have cruised through heavenly highs and weathered hellish lows. With latest album Crash Of The Crown, they continue to enjoy their latest creative and popular high
From the sci-fi sonics of Hawkwind to playing his flute on the Great Pyramid Of Giza, Nik Turner has always tripped through musical boundaries
Pomp Rock was the unruly child disowned by prog and orphaned by AOR. Its melodies were a hit at radio and filled arenas across America, and here's 10 albums to get you started
Kansas drummer Phil Ehart explains the financial realities of COVID and socially distanced shows.
Robert Calvert’s manic imagination was fuelled by bipolar disorder, but it helped him conceive one of the 70’s most outlandish concept albums
They’ve been working up to this for 20 years and now Opeth‘s proggiest-sounding album yet has arrived. But what does that mean for their fanbase who’ve grown up with their metallic roots?
Eccentric brilliance, double entendres and Canterbury tales: prog’s gentlest geniuses get the career-spanning treatment they deserve on this epic 37-disc box set.
Unlucky 13? No chance. Classic prog’s modern-day flag bearers have survived a career-threatening crisis to deliver one of their finest albums yet.