New Italian prog metal band features Symphony X and former Helloween members...
Neal Morse reveals rock opera album Jesus Christ: The Exorcist featuring artists including Nick D'Virgilio and Ted Leonard - listen to first material
Dream Theater's Jordan Rudess will continue his From Bach To Rock solo piano tour with shows across 3 continents later this year
It’s been another busy week in the world of rock and metal - so here’s a news round-up to keep you up to speed about all the latest happenings in the music world
As the UK prepares to celebrate National Album Day on Saturday - a new survey has revealed our favourite albums to play while we’re driving
Coheed And Cambria launch mini documentary showing them working on their new album The Unheavenly Creatures
A Perfect Circle release 2D version of their hologram video for Eat The Elephant - the title track from their latest album
Ayreon track will feature on the upcoming 20th anniversary reissue of Into The Electric Castle - out later this month
This coming Saturday will see the launch of the first-ever National Album Day - find out everything you need to know about this landmark UK event
UPDATED Black Friday is coming. But until then, here are the best deals on record players to suit any budget
On May 8, 1974, Graham Bond died under a tube train. This feature traces the apocalyptic story of one of the 1960s most influential talents
“Folk” instruments, robot orchestras, progressive politics and rural charm: we delve into the world of the Derbyshire-based sonic artists Haiku Salut
Who are the greatest guitarists of all time? Vote for your favourites and help us find out...
Do you want the chance to win £10,000? Then read on about an amazing tech competition, plus free forum events to attend
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
Eight years on, as punk and prog spectacularly collide, Matt Stevens and co’s third album documents some concerning electric dreams