They say that breaking up is hard to do. But sometimes, it also makes for some really great music.
The sustain that sustains. Call it the cowbell of the soul.
Esoteric delivers a cornucopia of psychedelic sounds from the Dawn label's archives.
The definitive account Pink Floyd fans have long waited for.
Huge in scale, ambition, and achievement.
Windows up, engine idling, rain later. More than good.
King Crimson's power trio classic gets the Steven Wilson surround sound treatment.
Genesis's 1982 album proves the music fan's maxim of "the live version is better."
Just what I need, another prog-rock obsession, right? I think I may be in trouble here.
Dream Theater are back with a strong release featuring one of their best songs to date.