In which Deep Purple's fabled Mk II line-up return to renew their animosity with a new album, Perfect Strangers
Jacob Bannon’s underground metal collective Umbra Vitae serve up a bombardment of ideas on new album Shadow Of Life
Grit Your Teeth, that difficult sixth album from Vega: sometimes very different, sometimes the same, always good
Accomplished performance proves House Of Lords are on form with 12th album New World - New Eyes
Cult Dutch black metallers Carach Angren reimagine Frankenstein with added serial killers on new album Franckensteina Strataemontanus
Antipodean explorers Caligula’s Horse position themselves on prog-metal’s cutting edge with new album Rise Radiant
Undeground metal supergroup End find a collective passion for pain on new album Splinters From An Ever-Changing Face
"Majestic!" says one reviewer, "dreadful!" says another. What's the truth about Saga's third album Silent Knight?
Currents’ mix of metalcore, post-hardcore and punk dissonance has never sounded as potent as it does on new album The Way It Ends
Dion returns in some style on Joe Bonamassa’s label, with all-star backing on Blues With Friends
The Sea Hags: the throbbing, ragged heart of Saturday night, or more 80s rock'n'roll bullshit? You decide
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.