New Prog Mag On Sale!
Marillion grace the cover of Prog 29, on sale today. On the eve of the release of the band’s eagerly awaited new studio album Sounds That Can’t Be Made, the whole band, photographed exclusively for Prog, talk about the making of the new album, perhaps the Hogarth-era Marillion’s boldest musical statement yet and about their hopes and plans for the future.
Elsewhere in the issue:
Roxy Music – guitarist Phil Manzanera and drummer Paul Thompson put forward the case for Roxy Music’s place in the prog pantheon.
Van der Graaf Generator – the story behind the band’s fascinating The Least We Can Do Is Wave To Each Other.
Genesis – what really happened when Peter Gabriel decided to quit the band in 1975.
This Mortal Coil – this issue’s Outer Limits subjects. So how prog were they then?
The Pineapple Thief – they’ve slogged away for over a decade, and in All The Wars they’ve unleashed the album of their lives.
District 97 – what happens when you cross US prog with American Idol. Don’t worry though, it’s a lot better than might sound.
Katatonia – the morbid Swedes return with a new line-up and an even proggier new sound on Dead End Kings.
Big Big Train – The now Anglo-American prog collective just keep on getting better and better. English Electric Pt. 1 is all the proof you’ll need!
Mystery – With singer Benoit David now back in the fold full-time after his tenure with Yes, expect increasing moved towards world domination for these Canadian proggers.
The Gathering – The Dutch proggers are back with yet another wonderful collection of prog in Disclosure.
Beardfish – The Swedish prog rock band take a distinctly heavier direction with new album The Void. Find out why.
Plus reviews of albums and gigs from Roxy Music, Aeon Zen, Big Big Train, Echolyn, Katatonia, Magma, Mystery, Threshold, BJH, Caravan, Peter Gabriel, Celebr8 Festival, Roger Waters, Haken, Dream Theater, The Mars Volta, Solstice and many more.