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?
Keyboardist/producer Erik Norlander, perhaps best known for his band (Rocket Scientists) and his wife (vocalist Lana Lane), reveals his favorite albums
The beginning of Spock’s Beard was one of personal and professional growth