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Major tour and festival cancellations due to spread of COVID-19 coronavirus - updated with news as it happens
Another busy week in the world of music is behind us. Here's our roundup of the biggest stories in rock, metal and prog
Oceans Of Slumber will release their new self-titled studio album later this year - check out the first single A Return To The Earth Below
Kansas share video for their new single Jets Overhead - track taken from the band’s upcoming studio album The Absence Of Presence
Rather than postpone their North American tour until late 2020 or 2021, Tool call off all shows: “Tying up our fans’ money for months, if not a full year, is unfair”
Whether you enjoy drinking beer, cider or both, we’ve picked out the best home brew kits to help you on your summer brewing journey
As Rush began their 30th anniversary tour in 2004, Classic Rock spoke to Neil Peart, who hadn’t done a major interview in a decade
When Marillion’s charismatic frontman Fish quit in 1988, many people expected the band to evaporate. But instead they delivered one of their finest records
Mike Oldfield looks back over his debut 1973 album and the massive impact Tubular Bells has had
Louder photographer Kevin Nixon on 10 things to remember to get the best black and white shots. Number 1? Don't shoot in black and white...
Black and white photography can lend drama and timelessness to your music photography. In the fifth round of our hunt to find the best new rock photographer of 2020, we want to see your B&W shots…
Keeping track of livestreams, empty hall gigs, good deeds and innovation as musicians come to terms with a new landscape
After the “soul crushing” slog of making Hemispheres album, the planets aligned for Rush. Permanent Waves found them at the top of their game and put them in a different league
The Moody Blues' astonishing journey from high living in the 60s, pioneering musical alchemy in the 70s to prog's elder statesmen of today
It was the album that marked the end of one chapter and turned the prog icons into unlikely pop stars along the way. And now it gets the deluxe treatment it deserves.
Opeth are one of the most revered modern prog bands on the planet. How’s their 13th album shaping up, then?
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?