"We've always had one eye on the more proggy elements of metal," organisers tell Prog...
It’s been another busy week in the world of rock, metal and prog – here are the stories that hit the headlines
Ads for Viagogo will no longer appear in paid-for search results after Google say the ticket resale site have breached their policies
Jethro Tull’s 1979 album Stormwatch is set for deluxe reissue later this year - featuring Steven Wilson remixes, live cuts and more
As tickets for US + Them go on sale, Roger Waters releases trailer for the film which will hit the silver screen in October
The Spock's Beard spinoff band release video showing drummer Jimmy Keegan playing through their song These Are My Things
Justin Bieber’s wife Hailey calls out Maynard James Keenan after he reacted negatively to her husband being a Tool fan
John Bassett’s KingBathmat side project Arcade Messiah release three-track EP - songs will feature on upcoming fourth album
Guitars, amps and recording gear used by Walter Becker will go under the hammer later this year
Sponsored Rising rock goddess Indya releases her 7 track EP Gimme Ya Luv and you can watch the video for the title track here
"At one Deep Purple gig, he introduced the rest of the band, and then he introduced himself: ‘I’m Rick Emerson.'."
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The musicians may have changed, but the search for musical transcendence has never wavered. These are the very best albums by Yes
Former guitar prodigy Jason Becker looks back at the long road to his recent album, Triumphant Hearts, and talks about living with ALS
Jane Weaver takes us on a journey both back through time and into the future with this seamless collection
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