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The prog-rock legends have detailed their upcoming album The Zealot Gene.
Jethro Tull Unveil “Shoshana Sleeping,” Lead Single from Band’s First Album in 18 Years: Stream
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The English prog rockers are back with their first album in more than a dozen years.
Porcupine Tree Announce New Album CLOSURE/CONTINUATION, Share “Harridan”: Stream
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The frisky musical couple have figured out a way to entertain themselves while apart from each other.
Toyah Seductively Serenades Robert Fripp with Divinyls’ “I Touch Myself”: Watch
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Coheed And Cambria Shoulders

Coheed And Cambria have released “Shoulders,” the progressive-rock band’s first proper studio release in nearly three years. Along with the track comes a sci-fi-filled visualizer, featuring images of mechanical hands, android soldiers and other cybernetically enhanced manifestations.  Read more: JAWNY takes viewers on a whirlwind trip in “Tombstone grey”–watch “Shoulders” features rapid-fire guitar licks reminiscent […]

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The tracks appear to be Lifeson’s first new music since the death of Rush bandmate Neil Peart.
Rush’s Alex Lifeson Unveils New Epiphone Les Paul Guitar and Two New Songs: Stream
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“This is the story as it happened, as the group told it, because it’s in our own words,” Carl Palmer says For more, check out: (Source)

The Michigan rockers explore lofty concepts and themes of positivity on their sophomore album.
Greta Van Fleet Break Down New Album The Battle at Garden’s Gate Track by Track: Stream
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The Mars Volta are treating fans to the ultimate throwback this week. As part of their upcoming box set collection La Realidad De Los Sueños, they have released an early demo of “Inertiatic ESP.” The track originally appeared on the Mars Volta’s 2003 debut album De-Loused In The Comatorium. Prior to the LP’s release, the […]

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modern rock musicians, poorstacy, young culture, coach party, like machines

It seems like every few years there is a debate, often caused by KISS vocalist Gene Simmons, about whether or not rock music is dead.  Simmons particularly has pointed the finger at many factors that he believes “killed” rock music, such as record companies in 2014. More recently, he blamed streaming services such as Spotify […]

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foundational alternative bands outfits preceding iconic artists

We know how to exhaust the discographies of our favorite bands, going back to their early foundations. But how often do we follow their journeys back to where they really started? Prior to achieving career success, many now-iconic artists started somewhere else entirely. Often, we’re so removed from these preceding outfits that we don’t even […]

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