HRH event scheduled for September postponed citing "logistical and operational challenges"
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US quartet Coheed And Cambria recently released new concept album Vaxis II: A Window Of The Waking Mind
These amazing previews promise great things for the long-anticipated film made during the week-long event
German prog quartet Sheer Cerebral Power will release their conceptual debut album Sucker Punch'd in October
US fusion quartet Crazy Swedes will reissue new deluxe version of their self-titled debut album in September
Mournful London prog collective Dawnwalker will release their new album House Of Sand in August
Pink Floyd's Animals was released in 1977, but its themes continue to strike a chord in the modern day
Well now for her work with Steve Hackett, Prog sat down with Amanda Lehmann when she released her debut solo album Innocence And Illusion
Dream Theater? Mastodon? Porcupine Tree? Here’s your chance to vote for the greatest prog metal band of them all
How classical music, Eastern mysticism and the River Thames came together to inspire Yes’s first great side-long epic
In 2015 we joined Canadian legends Rush in Los Angeles as they brought the curtain down on a long, storied career
From cheating husbands to saving the planet, Kate Bush explored a diverse range of subjects on Never For Ever, ensuring it was far more than just a pop record. We dissect the themes behind her chart-topping third album.
Bass player, singer and stand-up comedy fan Rush's Geddy Lee chooses his favourite funny people
Leprous frontman Einar Solberg reveals the stealth recording sessions behind 2021's Aphelion and how the positive changes he’s been making to his life are switching up the lyrics.
Live bands, masterclasses, and a great atmosphere: the second edition of Radar Festival will take place on July 29-31, 2022 in Guildford, Surrey
Coheed And Cambria's Claudio Sanchez on fantasy worlds, inhabiting the Star Wars universe, and recording while "high as f**k"
Artist. Photographer. Filmmaker. Writer. From Dream Theater to The Sandman, this Berkshire gent is a chap of many hats and still finds time to run his own jazz label, Feral Records.
A look at the musical intricacies of Pink Floyd's masterpiece The Dark Side Of The Moon
Von Hertzen Brothers, Finland’s prodigal sibling trio, serve up an early contender for Album Of The Year with their eighth LP
Friends reunited: modern prog icons make the decade’s most unexpected comeback, sounding the same… but different.
Snooker star Steve Davis and Knifeworld's Kavus Torabi's very interesting second album as The Utopia Strong