Steven Wilson's third - and best - solo album, is also his most ambitious to date.
Porcupine Tree bassist Colin Edwin & Jon Durant's stab at the apocalypse is post-New Age, electronica mood music - more Enigma than Metallica.
Vajra offers something unique for fans of melodic prog rock.
Steve Hackett's Genesis Revisited II is at least equal to the original classics, if not superior in its scope.
A new look at an old favorite. Pisces Iscariot gets a remaster but is it just as good as the 1994 original?
Out in stores this year is an excellent 40th anniversary set celebrating Jethro Tull's Thick as a Brick album.
Comparisons between these new versions of old Genesis songs with the originals are probably unfair, but also inevitable.
The Prog Collective and The Fusion Syndicate are sister releases showcasing prog rock and jazz/rock all-stars.
On their 17th album, Marillion prove that those "sounds that can be made" may be left in them yet.
Don't tell anyone, but Peter Gabriel actually smiles on this DVD. A lot.