Swallow The Sun recently announced they would release brand new album Moonflowers in November
Jethro Tull founder Ian Anderson picks ten records that transformed his life in music, from Stateside swing to Finnish folk
Irish band Clannad stake their prog credentials in a story that involves Phil Lynott, Def Leppard, Marillion, Nightwish, Peter Gabriel and loads more...
King Crimson were staring into the abyss in 1970, but somehow managed to regroup to record Islands with a one-off line-up
Former Styx singer Dennis DeYoung on bowing out, new album 26 East Vol 2, and the disappointment of no last Styx reunion tour
Rush legend Geddy Lee on the impact of Led Zeppelin IV and the greatest guitar solo ever
There's much more to folk rock than its hey nonny nonny roots, as Jimmy Page will attest. These ten essential albums prove it
In 1985 guitarists Steve Hackett and Steve Howe united in the supergroup GTR and hit the Top 20 in the US with When The Heart Rules The Mind
The Midge Ure-fronted Ultravox may have been 80s chart regulars but their sound owed more to prog and Krautrock than 80s pop
In the 80s East Anglian prog rockers Airbridge were regulars at the Marquee, but then things stalled...
Young guitar virtuoso Plini chats to Prog about Impulse Voices, inspiration and why he considers imitation to be the most sincere form of flattery
He hates Mozart and doesn’t believe in God, but Muse frontman Matt Bellamy and his bandmates have created some of the most awe-inspiring music recent years. In an archive piece from 2009, we delve inside the musical minds of Muse
Frost*’s Jem Godfrey explains why he wanted to work with Dec Burke on 2008's Experiments In Mass Appeal
How Supertramp's The Logical Song, a Beatle-approved existential pop-rock masterpiece, turned its creators into unlikely transatlantic superstars
Marillion vocalist Steve Hogarth on the simple pleasures of Stackridge's The Man In The Bowler Hat, an album that is jolly, light-hearted and quintessentially English
Written as a statement about the demise of radio's sense of adventure, Rush's classic The Spirit Of Radio was a surprise hit. And it's "fun to play" says Alex Lifeson
Mike Oldfield's eighth studio album, 1983's Crises, saw him riding a wave of new popularity in the 80s
Back To Live: Flaming Lips have always been a band with a knack for thinking outside the box, and their approach to surviving the pandemic was no different. Here, Wayne Coyne talks lockdown, live music and getting back to 'the new normal'
Manics bassist Nicky Wire was so taken with A Farewell To Kings, the 1977 album Rush recorded in Wales, that he bought the desk they recorded it on