Lunatic Soul will release their new album Through Shaded Woods in November
A mini-documentary that takes you behind the scenes of the making of Fish's extraordinary new video for Garden of Remembrance
Mr. Bungle release Eracist as the second single from The Raging Wrath of the Easter Bunny Demo
Former Dream Theater keyboard player details the making of his recently released solo album The Phoenix
This weekend sees the second Record Store Day of 2020 - and we’ve picked our 20 favourite releases
Amalie Bruun of Myrkur joins online round table discussion hosted by World Metal Congress
Cellist and composer Jo Quail's 2016 album Five Incantations gets deluxe vinyl reissue in November
Steven Wilson releases glossy video for his new track Eminent Sleaze - the latest material taken from his upcoming studio album The Future Bites
Rush frontman Geddy Lee picks his records, artists and gigs of lasting significance, and reveals his least favourite Rush album
Third Stage: Live In London captures Flying Colors on the last night of their 2019 tour, and the results are spellbinding
How the US proggers made sixth album Snow, under the shadow of 9/11 and with their lead singer on the verge of quitting for God!
When a stage invader interrupted Tool’s Maynard James Keenan while he was singing Pushit at a 1997 gig, there was only going to be one winner
From Alice In Chains to Type O Negative, this is the soundtrack to Oceans Of Slumber singer Cammie Gilbert’s life
Yes, Steve Hackett, Camel and more among Pallbearer frontman Brett Campbell's all-time prog favourites
As a festival-free summer draws to a close, we look at why British fests are so close to our hearts – sh*tty weather, warts n' all
From their faltering, psychedelic beginnings, Traffic finally managed to weave a path through the hedonistic early 70s and create three albums of groundbreakingly original progressive music. This is their story.
He’s the artist whose otherworldly visions have became synonymous with Yes, but Roger Dean’s career had humble beginnings. Prog finds out the stories behind his most iconic album covers
Who says sequels are never as good as the originals? The UK prog kings pick up from where 2018’s Vector left off – and serve up a modern masterpiece in the process.