Philadelphia nu-core heroes Tallah ramp up the twisted, sadistic sounds on their debut album Matriphagy
Yes become Yeggles on Drama, bringing in two pop interlopers from Buggles to shine a light on the path towards gleaming chart success
Boundary-pushing Portland black metallers Uada provoke the faithful’s ire on new album Djinn
Post-hardcore dissidents Svalbard cement themselves as an essential voice with new album When I Die, Will I Get Better?
Time gentlemen, please: prog’s great warrior-poet Fish bows out with a career-capping masterpiece
Prog metal doesn’t get any more ambitious than the final part of The Ocean’s history of the Earth
31 years on, Lou Reed's New York is still conversational, caustic and full of characters
Veteran pioneers crank it up as a Stooge James Williamson and Birdman Deniz Tek combine forces on Two To One
Public Enemy: Still fighting the power, with help from some famous friends on What You Gonna Do When the Grid Goes Down?
Ayreon’s epic Transitus is the missing link between prog metal and Andrew Lloyd Webber – with added Doctor Who
Swedish visionary Anna von Hausswolff makes the year’s strangest and most beguiling album with All Thoughts Fly