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Producer of eight key Rush albums, Terry Brown talks about recording the band’s acclaimed second album and working with a singer who sounded like no other
“We just wanted to play 20-minute long songs and smoke pot,” admits Francis Dunnery as he and John Beck recall the making of It Bites second album Once Around The World
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There was a time when Pavlov's Dog were bigger than the Stones or Zeppelin in Missouri. But life conspired to stop them in their tracks
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In Absentia was a game-changer for Steven Wilson and Porcupine Tree. But it would ultimately mark the beginning of the end for modern prog’s most influential band
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