Hardcore fun for Frank Zappa fans
The evergreen Yes guitarist uncouples from the mothership to drift through ever-shifting landscapes, both internal and external, on his first solo album in nine years.
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.
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.
Powered by their singer’s struggle with mental health the Norwegians have pushed through their metallic boundaries to deliver something that even they didn’t expect to create