London jazz fusion act join charity prog show line-up for July...
All 13 of King Crimson’s studio albums are now available for streaming on Apple Music - Spotify to follow next month
It’s been another busy week in the world of rock, metal and prog – here are the stories that hit the headlines
Immersive experience based on Jeff Wayne’s Musical Version of The War Of The Worlds will open its doors later this month at The Old London Metal Exchange
Billy Sherwood will release his new solo album Citizen: In The Next Life this summer - listen to the track The Partizan
Geddy Lee says he misses playing live with Alex Lifeson and Neil Peart in Rush: “The last 10 years of touring was so much fun and so gratifying”
Chicago trio Russian Circles release stream of their new track Arluck - taken from their upcoming album Blood Year
Opeth announce first details on the follow-up to 2016’s Sorceress which will be released in both English and Swedish
Video shows the moment when wind blew flame straight at the Gojira guitarist. Randy Blythe calls him "The hardest Frenchman alive" after Andreu came back to finish set
The Rocketman actor is a self-confessed “rhythm nut” and hybrid obsessive with a passion for all things Gong...
Ramblin Man Fair is a classic rock lover’s dream – but it’s not just for purists either. It's home to some of rock's most exciting new bands…
Updated The new Tool album is nearly upon us – here's what they've been up to in the 13 years they've spent recording it
The good and the not so good from the Bizarre World Of Frank Zappa hologram show at the London Palladium
More and more iconic music venues are closing across the UK and world - how do we stop it from happening?
Fifty years ago, they arguably created the first rock opera concept album – but they never got the glory. What went wrong? We find out the story behind that album, and ask: how prog are The Pretty Things?
"Roxy Music are one band that I would always choose as being a major part of who I am today” - Celtic Frost's Tom G. Warrior on Roxy Music
We're putting together an extensive guide to Genesis' best songs ever... and we want you to compile it
Studio ace Alan Parsons has been tempted back into recording a new album, after 15 years away. Can he weave his sonic magic once more?
Eight years on, as punk and prog spectacularly collide, Matt Stevens and co’s third album documents some concerning electric dreams