New Issue Of Prog On Sale Today!
The new issue of Prog is perched menacingly on newsstands from today. Our cover star is Steven Wilson who sheds light on the darkness that makes up his new album The Raven That Refused To Sing (And Other Stories), a suite of six tales that mingle murder, mortality and mystery with The Dark Side Of The Moon engineer Alan Parson’s sonic talents.
Also in this issue is our 2012 Readers’ Poll, Caravan’s Pye Hastings goes back to his youth, Glass Hammer tell all about their Yes saga, and Riverside make waves with a futureshock concept work, Shrine Of New Generation Slaves.
And there’s more!
Heather Findlay turns up the heat on going solo
Voivod take inspiration from the Quebec student riots
“It’s taken me 70 years to realise I know nothing!” jazz rock master John McLaughlin remains humble
Aeon Zen get geared up for the HRH: Prog festival
Donkey puncher, avant-gardist and mind-blower. A reader threatened to cancel their subscription when we asked how prog is Scott Walker…
Paul Menel spills the beans on life after – and bumpy relations with – IQ
Field Music quit the biz! (or do they?)
We get an audience with Mike Love and Brian Wilson on Pet Sounds, and how The Beach Boys shaped prog!
New bands Kosmoratik, Toundra, Menomena and Super Best Friends Club get in the Limelight
Fourteen pages of album reviews from Coheed And Cambria to Richard Thompson, eight pages of live reviews featuring Frost*, Asia, Katatonia and Alan Reed PLUS Neal Morse flunks his Brainstorm quiz!
And don’t forget the free CD featuring Steven Wilson, Lifesigns, Godsticks, Trioscapes, Splashgirl and more…
Find Prog today at http://www.myfavouritemagazines.co.uk/music/prog-magazine-subscription/
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