Monthly Archives: April 2013

Alessandro Carmassi & Denis Surov

Alessandro Carmassi, vocalist of Marillion tribute band Neverland, combined his vocals together with 15th year old Russian guitarplayer Denis Surov to release in the near future their first record. Tracks are inspired through Pink Floyd, Genesis and Survivor. DPRP has … Continue reading

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IOEarth announcement!

Due to personal and health reasons Claire Malin is no longer a vocalist for IOEarth, as she is unable to commit to IOEarth to the level the band needs. Together we came to a mutual decision that we have to … Continue reading

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New singer Soul Secret

Today we announce that singer Fabio Manda is no longer part of Soul Secret. We thank him for his contribution to the project and wish him all the best for his personal and musical future. Now, please give a warm … Continue reading

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Jordan Rudess celebrates ‘New Music Industry’

Dream Theater keyboardist Jordan Rudess has launched a PledgeMusic campaign to fund an ambitious project involving an orchestral album alongside a solo piano record. He believes crowdfunding is the way ahead for the music industry and he’s delighted to embrace … Continue reading

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Believe stream The Warmest Sun in Winter

Believe have made their fifth studio album The Warmest Sun In Winter available for streaming for one week only via Progstreaming.com. The eight-track record follows 2010′s World Is Round, and it’s on sale now via Metal Mind Productions. Vocalist Karol … Continue reading

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Steve Hackett names guests for Aylesbury show

Steve Hackett has announced five special guests for his Genesis Revisited II tour date at the Waterside Theatre in Aylesbury. He’ll be joined by Nik Kershaw, Steve Rothery, John Wetton, Jakko Jakszyk and Amanda Lehmann for the concert on May … Continue reading

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Tesseract stream new track: Of Mind – Nocturne

TesseracT have released new track Of Mind – Nocturne from upcoming album Altered State. Bassist Amos Williams recently told Prog that the band’s first album with recently-added frontman Ashe O’Hara was inspired by the fan reaction to their lineup change. … Continue reading

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Yes guest on Days Between Stations album

Los Angeles based prog duo Days Between Stations will release their second album In Extremis on May 15, featuring a host of guests including one of the last recordings by late Yes co-founder Peter Banks. It also includes work by … Continue reading

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King’s X frontman dUg Pinnick needs your help

Friends and fans of King’s X frontman dUg Pinnick are halfway to raising $25,000 so he can undergo hernia surgery – but they need more support to reach the target. US resident Pinnick has no health insurance and instead has … Continue reading

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Night Of The Prog Festival

Devin Townsen Project have been confirmed as second headliner for the second evening of this year’s Night Of The Prog Festival. The eighth edition of the event takes place on July 13 and 14 at the Loreley Amphitheater in Sankt … Continue reading

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Tangerine Dream featuring Brian May

Tangerine Dream will release double-live album Starmus: Sonic Universe on April 25, featuring guest star Brian May of Queen fame. It was recorded in Tenerife in 2011 at an event marking the 50th anniversary of Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin’s pioneering … Continue reading

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Rush hope for more Prog in Rock Hall

Rush were inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame last night at a ceremony in Los Angeles – and the band hope it leads to more prog artists being recognised by the establishment. Foo Fighters men Dave Grohl … Continue reading

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Art icon Storm Thorgerson dies at 69

Graphic designer Storm Thorgerson has died at the age of 69, his family have confirmed. The visionary behind some of the most memorable album covers of all time had been fighting cancer. He’s remembered for his eye-catching work with design … Continue reading

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Camel extend comeback tour

Camel have added more dates to their highly-anticipated return to live performance in October. They initially announced one concert, at London’s Barbican Arts Centre, on October 28, where they’d perform their third album The Snow Goose in full for the … Continue reading

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Hear Geoff Tate’s Queensryche album

Geoff Tate has made his Queensryche album Frequency Unknown available for streaming HERE! It’s set for release on April 23, and features the work of bassist Rudy Sarzo, guitarist Kelly Gray, keyboardist Randy Gane, guitarist Robert Sarzo and drummer Simon … Continue reading

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