The Church go all Prog Rock on album #26, gliding around a Sci Fi Psych Rock universe.
Round and Round is a superlative box set collection of artists and bands who were making an impact in 1974, under the broad banner of progressive rock.
Los Angeles-based quartet Vitskär Süden draw on elements of heavy psych and prog with their cosmic-horror, multi-layered concept album, The Faceless King.
The latest in a series of live albums that over the past decade, have offered superb souvenirs of Steve Hackett interpreting various stages of the classic period Genesis catalogue.
Seminal Prog Rockers Yes deliver Mirror To The Sky – album #22 in a discography spanning over fifty years.
IQ present a feast of prog nonsense at The Met in Bury.
Prog visionaries Big Big Train with more grand designs on Ingenious Devices.
News of the new album from Swedish Prog stalwarts, The Flower Kings.
From black clouds to Cloud nine as Marillion’s Seasons End gets the full deluxe treatment.
An angry concept album resplendent in intricate, progressive rock from Canadian composer Lucas Lee with regular collaborator Marco Minneman.
Crippled Black Phoenix take the stage in Manchester on the release day of their new record; Banefyre. MØL & Impure Wilhelmina offer support.
The cosy Bury Met plays hosts to one of Prog’s all time greats Caravan.
Never one to be constricted by any kind of boundary, Neal Morse sets off on another huge Prog/spiritual undertaking. Release Date: 11th August 2023 Label: Frontiers Music s.r.l Format: digital / CD / LP One often wonders what goes on in the musical brain of Neal Morse. The […]
The Neal Morse Band go big as they perform the latest album plus a lorryload of Prog for an encore.
In true Prog Rock fashion, Kaprekar’s Constant tackles a mighty concept – the conquest of the Eiger.