Australian prog rockers Teramaze will release brand new album Sorella Minore,a follow-up to Her Halo, in May
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Roger Waters hits out at US ‘war criminals’ as he shares new video for a re-worked ‘The Bravery of Being Out of Range’
Big Big Train drummer Nick D'Virgilio will perform his latest solo album Invisible online in May
Toyah's torso is daubed in paint as the latest Sunday Lockdown Lunch performance with Robert Fripp features (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction by the Rolling Stones
UK post-rock/prog quartet Tacoma Narrows Bridge Disaster will release new album The World Inside later this year
Why Puscifer’s Maynard James Keenan thinks livestreams won’t got away when the world returns to normal
Australian prog rockers Karnivool will be playing their first European tour dates for seven years
After the experimental left-turn of The Dreaming, Hounds Of Love's contemporary prog sound saw Kate Bush back at No. 1
After the massive success of Moving Pictures, Rush had the world at their feet. So the ever-contrary Canadians turned to new technology for 1982's Signals...
If you thought all Hawkwind’s freaky stuff belonged to the early 70s, you ain't seen nothing yet
Voivod drummer Away digs deep into his record crate and pulls out vintage metal, head-spinning prog and crusty anarcho-punk
Can’s classic albums sound only like themselves, yet the band’s influence lives on. These are their best albums
"Gutless, spineless and devoid of inspiration" said the UK press of Tangerine Dream. UK music listeners didn't agree!
After ruling the 1970s as prog gods, the 1980s was more a case of two out of three ain't bad for ELP
The production on Roxy Music's eponymous debut album may have been far from ideal, but it catapulted them straight into the big time
Mahavishnu Orchestra took ‘out there’ to a new level with music that was as bold, ballsy and exciting as when Hendrix first landed
In 1994 Pink Floyd released The Division Bell, their final album with Rick Wright. This is its story...
The gang’s back together: Mike Portnoy, John Petrucci, Jordan Rudess and Tony Levin reunite the dream team for LTE’s first new album of instrumental prog genius in 22 years.
One record, twice the fun? All-star prog maximalists prove there might be too much of a good thing with twin versions of their fifth album…
The sonic sorcerer opens the Led Zeppelin archive to reveal how the magic was made in his new book