The New Issue Of Prog Is Out Now!
The brand new, redesigned issue of Prog magazine is on sale today.
Featuring a brand new logo, total redesign and raft of editorial changes, it’s the magazine’s first makeover since its inception in 2009, and sees the arrival of new guest columnists including former world snooker champion Steve Davis, brand new regular features and a bold and exciting new look as it creates a platform for the much-loved genre in the 21st century.
Cover star Ian Anderson and Jethro Tull celebrate the 40th anniversary of their now groundbreaking prog concept album Thick As A Brick, whilst Anderson talks us through his brand new Thick As A Brick 2. We find out whatever happened to Gerald Bostock and there’s a free eight-page copy of an all-new St. Cleve Chronicle to be found inside the wallet – as well as a free compilation CD.
There are also brand new exclusive interviews with Genesis, Yes, The Moody Blues, Flying Colors, Steve Hogarth and Richard Barbieri, Fish, Astra, The Mars Volta, Gazpacho, Landmarq, Soen. Plus Tool, Dream Theater, Mastodon, Billy Cobham, John Wetton, Symphony X and more.
All in the new edition of Prog. In all good newsagents today. Or via newsstand: http://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/id453737964?mt=8&affId=1621074&ign-mpt=uo%3D6
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