Neal Morse couldn’t have chosen a more prophetic title for the band’s reunion disc: The album’s tour was almost canceled by Iceland’s volcanic ash cloud.
Answering the call of a higher power, Neal Morse offers further personal revelations with the sequel to his first post-Spock’s Beard faith-based solo disc.
An Emerson, Lake & Palmer legend describes what it is like to be one of the best-respected drummers ever.
Keyboardist Erik Norlander makes vintage-sounding symphonic prog for a new generation of listeners.
“Floydian Slip,” a syndicated radio program devoted to British rock band Pink Floyd, has announced “Surrogate Bands: The Pink Floyd Cover Contest.”
“Road Salt One” is not an easy listen, as jarring chaos still ensues.
Delain add some light to the female-fronted symphonic-metal movement that may have lost some of its luster in the wake of so many copycat bands.
Although contrived, arrangements are bound to put a twist on any holiday playlist. Pass the cheese, please.
Arriving five years after K2’s debut, the newest album will no doubt satisfy listeners’ progressive urges.
As a four-piece band for the first time, Spock’s Beard had a serious question to deal with: Where were their new songs going to come from?