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Music Review: Backhand – ‘Through the Turbulence’

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The Venezuela-based Backhand is a proficient prog rock ensemble that closely emulates their '70s inspirations. Read More »

Music Review: Renaissance – ‘Symphony of Light’

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While essentially a reissue, 'Symphony of Light' is a demonstration of mature prog rock with a standout vocalist. Read More »

Music DVD Review: Peter Gabriel – ‘Live In Athens 1987′

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For Peter Gabriel fans, this is a must-own. Read More »

Music Review: Blackmore’s Night – `Dancer and the Moon’

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Blackmore's Night offers another collection of Renaissance-flavored songs that reaches into multiple genres but doesn't break any new ground. Read More »

Legendary Power Trio Rush Gear Up for Rock Hall of Fame Induction and Tour

The long wait for the prog rock legends' Hall of Fame induction is almost over, and a new tour is set to begin soon. Read More »

An Interview with Best-Selling Science Fiction Novelist Kevin J. Anderson

In this exclusive interview, author Kevin J. Anderson talks about his work and the craft as he embarks on a book tour for his latest novel. Read More »

Music Review: Steven Wilson – The Raven That Refused To Sing (And Other Stories)

Steven Wilson's third - and best - solo album, is also his most ambitious to date. Read More »

Music Review: Scarlet Hollow – What If Never Was

Scarlet Hollow's first full-length release falls just short of its potential. Read More »

Music Review: Focus – X

The 10th album from the Dutch prog rock group, Focus, is a collection of interesting, if not magical instrumentals. Read More »

Music Review: Marillion – Sounds That Can’t Be Made

On their 17th album, Marillion prove that those "sounds that can be made" may be left in them yet. Read More »