God Is an Astronaut Takes Listeners on an Introspective Journey via 'Epitaph' (album stream) (premiere)
Irish trio God Is an Astronaut returns with ninth and possibly best album to date with Epitaph, out Friday via Napalm Records.
Chicago post-rock trio Lume carries listeners through a long night of the soul on superb new album Wrung Out.
Progressive rock mastermind Neal Morse talks with PopMatters about his return to his singer-songwriter roots for what may be his best solo effort yet.
Icelandic outfit Árstíðir continues breaking new ground with "While This Way", which is poised to introduce a new range of fans to the veteran group.
The opening track from Kindo's upcoming record, Happy However After, is a wonderfully lively and complex ride.
Dutch progressive rock/metal master Arjen Anthony Lucassen offers great humor and humility in reflecting on his Ayreon Universe career celebration.
Directed by Umphrey's McGee's light designer, Jefferson Waful, "Forks" is a blast into the future following the events of a spectacular solar flare.
San Francisco upstarts the Living return with new material for hardcore fans, offering a bridge between the past and the future.
In this episode of the PopMatters Progcast, we reflect on our top albums of 2017, as well as discuss some of the major releases arriving this year.
Nashville's Lines in the Sky overcomes adversity and releases a video for a song that speaks to the outfit's perseverance ahead of brand-new album.
Mesa, Arizona's finest issues eclectic, dramatic, mercurial and thoroughly enjoyable EP that cements the group's reputation as bright young hopefuls.
A Farewell to Kings was a turning point in Rush's career and a 1970s rock essential which still informs our world today.
Dynamic guitar duo of John McLaughlin and Jimmy Herring wows San Francisco's Warfield Theater with a triumphant Mahavishnu Orchestra performance.