New Prog Issue On Sale Now
The latest issue of Prog magazine, number 25 no less, is now on sale.
Storm Corrosion, the much-awaited project featuring Porcupine Tree’s Steven Wilson and Opeth’s Mikael Akefeldt, grace the cover as the two protagonists give us the amazing inside story of how their new album came together, where they drew their inspiration from and just how well do they really know each other. We also talk to everyone else involved with the project. It’s a fascinating read.
Elsewhere you’ll find exclusive interviews with Manfred Mann’s Earth Band, who play their first UK dates for a while this May; Tony Banks talks about his solo career including new orchestral album Six Pieces; Anathema discuss excellent new album Weather Systems; Hawkwind talk us through their new album Onward; and jazz-fusion legend Billy Cobham talks about his astonishing career.
There’s also interviews with Procol Harum, Keith Emerson, North Atlantic Oscillation, Simple Minds, The Albion Band and Sweet Billy Pilgrim; reviews of new albums from the likes of Ian Anderson, Robert Fripp, The Mars Volta, Arjen Lucassen, The Mars Volta and Astra; and live reviews from Gazpacho, Jon Anderson, Karnataka, Spiritualized, …Trail Of Dead, Pallas and The Strawbs: plus your usual round-up of news and guest columns from Steve Davis and Rick Wakeman.
Prog 25 is available at all good newsagents today.
Subscriptions are available from http://www.myfavouritemagazines.co.uk/music/prog-magazine-subscription/ and the iPad version of Prog is available from Apple Newsstand here http://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/id453737964?mt=8&affId=1621074&ign-mpt=uo%3D6
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