Metal Hammer Deputy Editor Eleanor Goodman has been living with tinnitus since she was 16. Here, Eleanor reveals what it’s like to live with the condition and what she does to protect her hearing
Updated From psychedelia to wild success, the very best of the band who delivered The Dark Side Of The Moon and The Wall
As Tinnitus Week 2021 gets under way, we speak with the British Tinnitus Association’s Emily Broomhead to find out more about the condition and how you can protect yourself when live music returns
First recorded by the Scorpions 50 years ago, In Search Of The Peace Of Mind has been re-recorded for MSG's new album Immortal. Here, Michael Schenker tells the story of the song he calls "the theme for my life"
With Glastonbury having been cancelled for a second consecutive year, we ask industry insiders what festival season 2021 is really looking like – and if the festivals we love can survive another fallow year
Cooped up inside success, Peter Gabriel walked out of the Genesis machinery and into a brand new, mumble-free dawn
Rock is often about more than just the music: it's about The Big Idea, and ambition manifesting itself as The Concept Album
Romantic interlude: King Crimson founder Robert Fripp reveals the secrets of his long marriage to actress and musician Toyah Willcox
VIDEO EXCLUSIVE Soen's latest album Imperial is about a divided and broken world. But it's also a plea for unity, especially within the world of metal...
We chart the development of Chicago, from jazz-flecked prog rockers to multi-million selling hitmakers
Billy Idol writer/guitarist/producer Steve Stevens on the prog classic that “freaked the shit outta me”, King Crimson's In The Court Of The Crimson King
By tapping into the worries and hopes of ordinary people, The Moody Blues became a phenomenon. But a vital part of the band’s inspiration came from tapping into some mind-expanding chemicals
Occupying the blurred line between electronica and prog, Garry Cobain of The Amorphous Androgynous talks yoga, enemas and his “disrespect” for musical history.
"In The Court Of The Crimson King was a big reference point for Talk Talk” says bassist Paul Webb
From the Starman to Ziggy Stardust to the Thin White Duke, Bowie’s ever-changing persona saw him moving from folk to glam, pop to industrial, Krautrock to art rock with consummate skill and style
After spending the last four decades immersed in music, Fish is calling time. But with his farewell album, the prog legend is signing off with the best record of his solo career
After 30 years of getting together, recording an album and splitting up again, Solstice reunited for the Spirit album in 2010
King Crimson and ELP lyricist Pete Sinfield only released on solo album, 1973's acclaimed Still