New outfit working on concept album for 2019 release...
Periphery’s Misha Mansoor and YouTube sensation Justin Sandercoe will give free lessons at this September’s UK Guitar Show
Exclusive Watch new video from Simon Godfrey’s Shineback - track taken from their upcoming second album Dial
Opeth will release their new album Garden Of The Titans: Live At Red Rocks Amphitheater in November - check out their performance of Sorceress
John Carpenter will release the official soundtrack to upcoming horror flick Halloween this October - watch teaser trailer
Dave Kerzner’s In Continuum announce plans to release their debut album Acceleration Theory - watch video trailer
Audio equipment manufacturer Focusrite will present their latest technology at this year’s UK Guitar Show and hold a range of masterclass sessions
ArcTanGent brings together the worlds of metal, progressive, tech and beyond into one field for a weekend of mind-bending music. Here's what it looked like!
Overblown art-rock, mediocre AOR, or artistically redundant pop? We don our capes and peer through the dry ice to guide you through the best Genesis albums
12 years after Tool’s last album, anticipation for the new album is reaching fever pitch. To help speed things up, here are a few things we want – no, demand! – from it
Nightwish brought their Decades tour to Bloodstock festival, and they had a few fiery tricks up their sleeve
It's seeming increasingly likely that the wait for Tool's new album might almost be over - maybe. To get you in the mood for new material, here are their best songs to date
Former Nighwish singer and solo star Tarja Turunen picks 10 composers whose music has influenced her own
World Of Sport. Good Morning Britain. Fry’s Turkish Delight. You loved all of those things because Jeff Wayne made you…
Robert Smith-endorsed, future-prog three-piece JoyCut laid waste to Meltdown festival this summer – but was it enough to win over the British public?
Taking pot shots at Donald Trump and Facebook, Roger Waters' Hyde Park show was not your normal rock'n'roll show
Eight years on, as punk and prog spectacularly collide, Matt Stevens and co’s third album documents some concerning electric dreams