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HRH Prog XII Stars Hekz Look Forward to New Album in 2021

Hekz, described by Prog Magazine as "Queen having a barney with Dream Theater as Rush and Iron Maiden duke it out on the sidelines"...

REVIEW – The Gypsy Pistoleros – The Greatest Flamenco Sleaze Glam Band Ever!

Hola mi amigos…! The problem with reviewing anthologies is that the music itself has already been reviewed and most fans of the band will...

Legends Steeleye Span and Galahad Plus More Join HRH Prog XII Residential Prog Extravaganza

Last week the light at the end of the tunnel had been spotted, and this week it’s been turned full-on!  On the back of...

REVIEW – Rory Gallagher – Best Of Rory Gallagher

When it’s easy to reel off so many great showstoppers from a musician you know the back catalogue really is something interesting and special....
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FOCUS ON : Doris Brendel

Doris Brendel released her latest album - another collaboration with the esteemed Lee Dunham - in 2020.  Mass Hysteria is her 4th studio album,...

INTERVIEW – Alan Nimmo of King King

British blues rockers King King have undergone a lot of changes since the release of their last studio album ‘Exile and Grace’, but since...
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FOCUS ON : Magenta

Hailing from South Wales, Magenta began their prog-rock journey in 1999 founded by ex-Cyan member Robert Reed.   12 studio albums later and 2020 saw...
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FOCUS ON: Solstice

Formed in 1980, prog-rock band Solstice hail from Milton Keynes and released one album, Silent Dance, in 1984 before splitting just a year later. ...

Aussies Massive Announce Rescheduled UK Tour, 4th Album Update, New Podcast

Aussie beer drinkers and party rock n rollers Massive have announced new rescheduled UK tour dates, including several support shows with UK legends The...

ALBUM REVIEW – Voodoo Six – Simulation Game

Voodoo Six became into being after a collaboration between bassist Tony Newton and guitarist Richie Faulkner – the latter now far better known as...