Alan Simon’s Excalibur V – Move, Cry, Act, Clash! to be released in November
Prog/post-rock outfit Held By Trees evoke the spirit of Talk Talk and Pink Floyd on self-titled debut album
Welsh proggers Retreat From Moscow have signed to Gravity Dream and will release new album in January
UK prog rockers Big Big Train will release brand new studio album Welcome To The Planet in January
Green Carnation will release remastered 15th anniversary edition of The Acoustic Verses in December
Listen to the new PFM single and band members Franz Di Cioccio and Patrick Djivas discussing their latest work
Comedian and Prog Awards host Al Murray travelled to Rome to catch King Crimson live in Pompeii in 2018
A guide to former Pink Floyd frontman Roger Waters' best albums – picked from the Floyd recordings he dominated and his solo career
Gary Kemp charts his musical journey from pre-Spandau Ballet days right through to Saucerful Of Secrets, and tells us prog's been there all along...
UK prog rock quintet The Paradox Twin will release second album Silence From Signals in October
Easter Eggs, in-jokes, naked butts and Dennis Hopper – here’s what we learned from Hugh Syme's lavish coffee table book The Art Of Rush: Serving A Life Sentence
Kate Bush is probably the most important and influential British female singer-writer-musician ever - and these are her best albums
Norway's psych rockers Kanaan pick the 10 most dazzling bands from Japan's psychedelic underground
Venom founder Cronos celebrates the unique appeal of The Kick Inside, and tells the story of the time Kate Bush kissed him
The inside story of how Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour ended up making an album with The Orb
Made-up languages? The apocalypse? The guilt of lighthouse keepers? Newcastle-upon-Tyne? They're all present in our round-up of progressive rock's most ludicrous album concepts
King Crimson's Discipline is an adventurous, experimental and ground-breaking collection from one of rock’s truly singular bands
Styx commissioned Hipgnosis, the high priests of album art, to provide a cover for their 1978 album Pieces Of Eight. They ended up being bamboozled by artspeak
Age and a global pandemic cannot wither them, as prog’s founding fathers notch up another landmark with album number 22.
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?