Arguably Gong’s finest album, ‘You’ was the third and final instalment in their beloved Radio Gnome Trilogy, bringing Zero The...
King of modern prog rock and former Porcupine Tree frontman, Steven Wilson has announced his new solo record, To The Bone, set for release on 18 August.
Chicago prog-rock legends Styx are set to release 'The Mission', their first studio album of all-new material since 2003's 'Cyclorama'.
Former Deep Purple Guitarist Ritchie Blackmore has revealed he Has recorded new material With the current line-up of Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow.
Holdsworth was widely feted for his innovative guitar technique and use of complex time signatures.
Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson says his band are 'unlikely' to tour again during an interview at the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame.
Anderson Rabin Wakeman have announced that with immediate effect, their new name will be Yes Featuring Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin, Rick Wakeman.
Prog icon and former Porcupine Tree frontman Steve Wilson has signed with Caroline International and promises a new album release later in the year.
uDiscover reviews a momentous and unexpectedly heroic performance by Procol Harum at London's Royal Festival Hall.
Supertramp co-founder Roger Hodgson, who tours South America in March, will play spring shows in the UK and Ireland, including two at the Royal Albert Hall.
One of rock music’s truly colossal titles, Pink Floyd’s The Dark Side Of The Moon remained on the ‘Billboard’ 200 for a staggering 14 years.
Progressive rock fans rejoice as the first deluxe box set of the legendary Krautrock label Brain Records is about to hit the shelves 31 March 2017.
Three of Budgie’s most groundbreaking albums have been reissued on vinyl.
In the final part of our interview with Rick Wakeman, he tells us why he's going to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame after all, plus more on Piano Portraits.
John Wetton played bass and sang with King Crimson, UK, and Asia among other major bands and he died today 31 January 2017. John Wetton RIP
Jaki Liebezeit, drummer with German progressive-electronic rock pioneers Can, died of pneumonia on 22 January 2017 at the age of 78.