Phil Collins, Mike Rutherford and Tony Banks are spotted at Madison Square Garden sparking rumours of a possible reunion
Tool add extra dates to their tour in support of latest album Fear Inoculum - tickets go on sale later this week
Spanish proggers celebrate 100th anniversary of silent horror film classic Das Cabinet des Dr.Caligari
Yes announce short run of shows in March ahead of Cruise To The Edge - and they’ll be joined by Alan Parsons Live Project
After entering the studio to begin work on the follow-up to 2017’s E album last month, Enslaved check in to say they've filmed a new video in Iceland
Gong will play a total of 19 dates across the UK throughout November where they promise “an immersive, expanded and transformative set”
The St. Catharines venue made famous by Rush’s classic Caress Of Steel track in 1975 could be the location of a statue or plaque to honour Neil Peart
Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson post message thanking family, friends, musicians, writers and fans for their messages since the death of drummer Neil Peart last week
Sylvia was originally a lovelorn “cabaret song” written for a singer called Sylvia Alberts, and it helped paved the way for Focus’s rapid rise to fame
"He’s got mystique, he’s misunderstood – he’s definitely a hero," says The Darkness frontman...
Neil Peart's drum solo on Rush's R40 tour took the drummer an entire career to construct. In 2015 he wrote for us and explained the process
In 2017, Classic Rock spoke to Neil Peart and found out there was much more to the Rush Drumming legend than just paradiddles, polyrhythms and labyrinthine lyrics
From 60s pop star to dark, experimental progressive figurehead, Scott Walker's was a musical life well lived...
Since picking up the progressive rock baton from Genesis in the 80s, Marillion have recorded one of prog’s most impressive catalogues. These are their best albums
Opeth are one of the most revered modern prog bands on the planet. How’s their 13th album shaping up, then?
The black metal icon takes a turn for the unexpected with the new album from Gaahls Wyrd
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