Creating a follow up to the acclaimed “Similitude of a Dream” wasn’t easy, but the Neal Morse Band pulled it off in the end. Neal Morse explains the album’s complicated genesis.
The Neal Morse Band follows their epic 2016 double concept album with another. And they’re still raising the bar.
Nova Scotia’s Marc Durkee plays brooding atmospheric prog rock that should appeal to any fan of music that lies on the darker side
The legendary Roger Waters revisited the Pink Floyd catalogue in grandiose fashion, along some excellent new material, in a show that was just as pleasing for the eyes as for the ears.
Hand picked new music releases for February 3rd 2017
The Neal Morse Band’s concert was a perfect night of progressive rock.
Photos from the Neal Morse Band concert at Club Soda in Montreal on January 31st 2017
An interview with the multi-talented Neal Morse on the inspiration for writing his latest album “Similitude of a Dream”, and his thoughts on the music industry
Swedish rockers Opeth solidify their progressive rock shift with “Sorceress”, their fantastic new album.
It sounds a lot like Yes, despite the pair’s insistence that it’s not their goal. But more importantly, it sounds glorious. It sounds like classic prog rock, but with a modern touch.