Gospel The Loser review

Gospel : The Loser

On their first new album in 17 years, the screamo legends fully embrace prog

spacebag party prog nights

Hear Spacebag’s new prog-punk EP Party Prog Nights

Hear the Seattle group’s new EP in full before it’s released on Friday.

transatlantic whirlwind

Exploring joy and faith through Transatlantic’s The Whirlwind

An exploration of joy and faith after trauma through an act of unabashed prog.

Transatlantic Absolute Universe review

Transatlantic : The Absolute Universe

A sprawling, massive prog piece in three variations, which feels strangely like epic pop music.

Rush catalog Vapor Trails

The Rush Catalog Part Five: Vapor Trails to Clockwork Angels

The final chapter in the ongoing saga on Canada’s greatest prog rock band.

Pain of Salvation Panther review

Pain of Salvation : PANTHER

PANTHER is Pain of Salvation‘s seventh album, not counting the mostly rearrangements of Falling Home…

Motorpsycho The All Is One review

Motorpsycho : The All Is One

Despite its epic length, the Norwegian band’s latest is among their most accessible to date.

The Rush Catalog Part Four: From Presto to Test for Echo

The fourth and penultimate chapter in the Rush story.

Camel Snow Goose

Working through grief and healing through Camel’s ‘The Snow Goose’

The therapeutic qualities of an iconic ’70s instrumental prog record.

Rush Signals catalog

The Rush Catalog Part Three: Signals to Hold Your Fire

The Canadian progressive rock icons enter the synth phase.

Rush catalog part two

The Rush Catalog Part Two: From A Farewell to Kings to Moving Pictures

The second installment of our extremely deep dive into the music of Rush.

King Crimson tour 2020

King Crimson announce summer tour dates

Dates added with The Zappa Band.

Genesis reunion

Genesis announce reunion tour

The legendary prog rock group reunites for a series of UK dates.

Steven Wilson Grace for Drowning

Steven Wilson’s ‘Grace for Drowning’ is an album of emotional truth

A story of recovery and starting over, with the help of a British progressive rock visionary.

Rush catalog part one

The Rush Catalog Part One: ‘Rush’ to ‘2112’

The first in a series of deep dives on the prog giants’ catalog.

Leprous Malina review

Leprous : Malina

The Norwegian progressive band tightens up a little too much and loses some character in the process.

Anathema The Optimist review

Anathema : The Optimist

The latest from the UK prog/alt-rock group is big in experimentation but not in cohesion.

10 Essential Modern Prog Albums

A 21st Century examination of prog rock and the best examples of where it’s gone.