'Scandinvaian Nico' Karin Park will release her new solo album Private Collection in October
Plus Mikael Akerfeldt, Kraftwerk, Jade Warrior, Crippled Black Phoenix, Long Distance Calling, Six By Six and more...
Devon alt-rock trio Muse will be heading off across the pond for a North American tour in 2023 with Evanescence as special guests
Danish electronic progressive rock trio Celestial Son will release third album Planetaria later this year
Eric Gillette, Hayley Griffiths, John Mitchell and more will feature on new ZIO album TRUEWAVES!
Late Big Big Train singer David Longdon's posthumous solo album Door One will be released in October
US Instrumental proggers Animalas As Leaders return to Europe for first live shows in three years
Tobie Amies' In the Court Of The Crimson King, King Crimson At 50 to launch in cinemas and online on October
Fan-shot footage of Rush's three-song set with Tool's Danny Carey at the Taylor Hawkins Tribute Concert in Los Angeles has emerged
Sibelius, Herman Hesse, The Mahavishnu Orchestra and even The Kinks. These were the inspirations according to Yes, behind the genius of their fifth studio album
In 2021, Riverside's Mariusz Duda looked inwards to release Claustrophobic Universe - the second of his lockdown trilogy. He discusses the Vangelis and Tangerine Dream tapes that inspired his minimalist electronic instrumentals
From Jon Anderson's endearing shyness to Rick Wakeman's typical hilarity, this is a rare look at Yes before they conquered the US
Kate Bush's first No.1 album, Never For Ever marked the start of her new creative era. From Fairlights and broken crockery, to her first co-production credit, we look back on the visionary vocalist’s groundbreaking third album
In 2020, Sons Of Apollo’s keysman Derek Sherinian regrouped with Protocol’s Simon Phillips for The Phoenix. Here he discusses working with Phillips, playing from the heart and that time he jammed with Eddie Van Halen
In 2018, Genesis' former manager and Anon vocalist, Richard Macphail published his memoirs, My Book Of Genesis. Prog caught up with him to find out more
In 2012, Marillion released Sounds That Can't Be Made, one their most controversial recordings to date. This is the story behind the prog titans' 17th studio album
The Pineapple Thief's frontman Bruce Soord reveals the liquid inspiration, loss and life behind their 2014 album Magnolia
Friends reunited: modern prog icons make the decade’s most unexpected comeback, sounding the same… but different.