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Photos from the Neal Morse Band concert at Club Soda in Montreal on January 31st 2017
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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.
Jon Anderson and Jean-Luc Ponty played a fantastic concert of music for the soul
Progressive rock legend Jon Anderson opens up about the AndersonPonty Band, Yes eventually making it to the Hall of Fame, and his upcoming project with Roine Stolt.
It shouldn’t come as a surprise that American prog metal pioneers Dream Theater would be so bold as to do a tour that features their new concept album in its entirety, exclusively. This is a band that plays its lone commercial hit only once in a blue moon, and a band that has challenged itself…