Fifty years of Kansas comes to pass in 2023. We’re one step ahead with a career retrospective.
Prog in ’73? A rude state of health. The usual suspects and the more obscure come together in a new collection.
News of the new album from French Alt Metal/Art Rockers Klone, out on Kscope in Feb 2023.
Into the Great Unknown with The Blackheart Orchestra.
Marillion open the An Hour Before It’s Dark tour at King George’s Hall, Blackburn.
Plenty of promise shown on the ‘possibly prog’ album from SiX BY SiX
Ian Neal releases Barkston Ash – another refreshing listen to his inventive brand of progressive rock.
Long Distance Calling release a new album dedicated to human abuse of the environment through some original soundscapes.
Blowing Free is the Cherry Red Records 55 track trip down memory lane.
Prog ensemble Anyone release a 4th Album, In Humanity, a change to a highly improvisational progressive direction for the founder member, Riz Story.
The Paradox Twin follow up The Importance Of Mr Bedlam with an album based on personal experience and laced with classic moments.
Norwegian Rock outfit Leprous debut the first single Running Low from their upcoming album Aphelion.
In Delerium from Devon trio Ethyrfield is a confident and assured debut. They might bear the ‘progressive’ label but be prepared for a tweak.
News of the new album from FROST*. Day And Age is out on inside Out Music on 14th May.
German progressive rock band Electric Mud release their latest sublime album Quiet Days On Earth, paying respects to the early 70’s prog but also displaying their unique harmonious style.