Goblin announce "with heavy heart" that founding member and guitarist Massimo Morante has died
Plus Asia, Jean-Luc Ponty, Klaus Schulze, Pure Reason Revolution, Porcupine Tree, Big Big Train and more...
Spock's Beard keyboard player Ryo Okumoto will release star-studded solo album The Myth Of The Mostrophus in July
Pink Floyd's single to help the people of Ukraine will also feature a newly reworked version of A Great Day For Freedom
Ninja Sex Party's Dan Avidan shares "incredible" new Shadow Academy clip for The Other Side – the prog duo's self-titled debut album is out now
Roger Waters treats viewers of The Late Show to Pink Floyd anthems The Happiest Days of Our Lives and Another Brick In The Wall Pts. 2 & 3
Pink Floyd's Animals was released in 1977, but its themes continue to strike a chord in the modern day
In 2012 Anglo-Welsh prog quintet Panic Room signed to Esoteric Records and released third album SKIN
NEW! “I’m one of Apple’s bitches…” Bass player, post-punk legend and world music pioneer Jah Wobble on the stuff that powers his world, from bass guitars to books and cars
In 1987, Fish released his last album with Marillion and it was a tumultuous journey for all involved. From the influence of alcohol to incessant touring schedules and the final bitter split, Prog discovers the inside story behind Clutching At Straws
Arena discuss beards, internal challenges and why you sometimes just have to a write 22-minute epic
A broken snare halfway through a song? It's no problem for Tool's Danny Carey and drum tech Joe Slaby
Prog Editor Jerry Ewing remembers a lifelong enjoyment of Kevin Ayers' music and his meetings with the great man
Echolyn guitarist and vocalist Brett Kull discusses 2012's echolyn alb um, the band's first for seven years at the time
Canadian prog metallers Protest The Hero tackled vocal torment to release the splendid Palimpsest
Tommy Shaw and Larry Gowan discuss how progressive rock has brought a new lease of life to stadium rockers Styx
In 2012 Swedish prog rock royalty The Flower Kings returned with their first new studio album in five years!
A big chunky interview with Gareth Liddiard of Tropical F*ck Storm. Includes gale force psych and talk of mushies, bikies and why he enjoys going to hospital
The live version of Rick Wakeman's The Myths & Legends Of King Arthur & The Knights Of The Round Table was spectacular and chaotic. It also sent Wakeman’s career into a near-terminal nosedive
Von Hertzen Brothers, Finland’s prodigal sibling trio, serve up an early contender for Album Of The Year with their eighth LP
Friends reunited: modern prog icons make the decade’s most unexpected comeback, sounding the same… but different.
Snooker star Steve Davis and Knifeworld's Kavus Torabi's very interesting second album as The Utopia Strong