Francis Dunnery's It Bites announce Return To Natural January live dates
Recently Peter Gabriel released i/o, his first new studio album for 21 years. As it hurtles towards the top of the charts, Prog sits down with Peter for a quick natter
Gone and I Am…You Are both come from the sessions that resulted in Geddy Lee's debut solo album My Favorite Headache
Owners of Bath Moles file for insolvency and appeal for industry help to stave off grassroots sector collapse
Neal Morse will release the second part of his Joseph rock opera, The Restoration - Joseph: Part Two, in January
French electronic music pioneer Jean-Michel Jarre will celebrate the 400th anniversary of the Château de Versailles on December 25
Geddy Lee drops strongest hint yet that he and Alex Lifeson could get Rush back on the road with a stand-in for Neil Peart
The guitarist most associated with Daevid Allen’s band believes they launched a second wave of psychedelia with their 70s albums Chocolate Teapot, Angel’s Egg and You
Used as a byword for musical over-indulgence, 1973 album fought its creators every step of the way – right down to its master tapes nearly being crushed by a bus
Metallica’s guitarist once joined tech-metal heavyweights Meshuggah to shred the solo of Bleed – watch the footage here
Texan rocker loved Dark Side Of The Moon, leading him to an admiration for, and later friendship with, the man behind the controls
Enigmatic trio King's X have never quite enjoyed the success they deserved, but they've made excellent music along the way – and these are their best albums
Riding the wave of Southern rock, their 1973 debut album contained a distinctly different dimension
The bassist has played with and dazzled rock and prog greats from The Who to Chick Corea, and her solo work is just as impressive as her musical CV.
The week's best new prog music to check out from Mariusz Duda, Storm Deva, Bjørkø, Unprocessed and more...
Toast Of London star and self-taught musician became a fan of Jean Michel Jarre, Mike Oldfield, Pink Floyd and more
A one-time member of Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band and Peter Gabriel collaborator, David Sancious discusses his Eyes Wide Open album
Extended third LP, their first with Steve Howe, illustrates the amazing connection between musicians at the top of their game
Van der Graaf Generator frontman has little to prove – but does it anyway with his revamp of solo albums hobbled by late-80s production values
The ex-Genesis singer returns to the big time with his first album in 21 years to reassert his place as the doyen of cerebral art-pop.
American cinematic band’s second album is even more ambitious than their debut, and took years to bring together
At Tampa’s Orpheum, the UK djent pioneers reach a new apex in a flurry of contorting riffs, gorgeous vocals and awe-inspiring lights
Blend of genres results in a morbidly compelling work that can’t be contained by the ‘Viking’ tag