Former Styx singer Dennis DeYoung will release his final studio album, 26 East Vol. 2, in June
Plus Liquid Tension Experiment, Saga, Mogwai, Anneke Van Giersbergen, Soen, The Anchoress, Jane Weaver and more...
Anglo-Scandic trio Mandala released their most recent album, Echoes Of Your Mind, late last year
Australian prog rockers release video for epic title track frrom their upcoming album Sorella Minore
Ramblin’ Man Fair is the latest UK festival to pull their 2021 event, following cancellation of punk fest Rebellion
Canadian prog duo Crown Lands sign new deal with Spinefarm Records and release two live tracks today
Toyah and Robert Fripp deliver fierce cover of The Prodigy’s Firestarter, warning ‘It cannot be unseen’
Dark ambient proggers The Resonance Association will release their new album You Will Know When The Time Is Right in May
UK prog rockers Big Big Train announce brand new album Common Ground in July and tour dates for March 2022
After the experimental left-turn of The Dreaming, Hounds Of Love's contemporary prog sound saw Kate Bush back at No. 1
Gary Kemp on sharing a stage with Pink Floyd members, Spandau Ballet’s secret prog past and the chances of brand new Saucerful Of Secrets songs
While the return of American band Touch will be a delight for AOR fans, it’s also likely to see the return of people re-telling a 40-year-old story that the band wish would just fly away
After Syd Barrett left, Pink Floyd were on a constant search for a sound – their sound. Eventually, Roger Waters, David Gilmour, Rick Wright and Nick Mason would find it
Self-produced and chaotically mixed in five days, this is how 80s prog rockers IQ made their 1983 debut album
The Izz singer’s second solo LP is a captivating concept set – with a message open to your interpretation
"I would like to urge any prog fans who haven’t heard the McDonald And Giles album to do so immediately," says Rosalie Cunningham of former King Crimson man Ian McDonald
Former Marillion frontman Fish says 11th solo album Weltschmerz is his last. Here he looks back at the highs and lows of his solo career
Arguably the first prog album to reach No.1 in the charts, this is the inside story of Jethro Tull’s 1969 album Stand Up
Fish praises Selling England By The Pound by Genesis, a record that influenced his journey as a singer and lyricist
After the massive success of Moving Pictures, Rush had the world at their feet. So the ever-contrary Canadians turned to new technology for 1982's Signals...
The gang’s back together: Mike Portnoy, John Petrucci, Jordan Rudess and Tony Levin reunite the dream team for LTE’s first new album of instrumental prog genius in 22 years.