As the “Classic Albums” series attests, the Canadian trio continues to thrive, in large part, because of 1976’s “2112” and 1981’s “Moving Pictures.”
Dream Theater will not be including drummer Mike Portnoy in its future plans, it seems.
Keyboardist/producer Erik Norlander, perhaps best known for his band (Rocket Scientists) and his wife (vocalist Lana Lane), reveals his favorite albums
Most of the songs on this Kansas CD have been previously released on live albums or as bonus tracks on expanded editions. Like Legacy’s “Playlist” series, Setlist titles come in eco-friendly, plastic-free packaging
After a successful worldwide “Progressive Nation” headlining tour, Dream Theater are finishing up the year with an opening slot on Iron Maiden’s Final Frontier tour
Ex-Genesis guitarist discovers a period of creative renewal with ‘Out of the Tunnel’s Mouth’
Tangent’s bandleader shares his views on the evolution of prog rock and the joys of 20-minute song
Progressive-metal bands take to the high seas on themed cruises, a la the famed Jam Cruise. Now, how about a pure prog cruise?
The Alan Parsons Project never performed live, because the band’s namesake reportedly claimed his brand of sophisticated, breezy and keyboard-driven orchestral pop was difficult to recreate outside of the studio. But thanks to technology advances, that all changed in the mid-1990s