The latest edition of Prog Magazine goes on sale tomorrow:
Celebrating 30 years of Marillion's Misplaced Childhood Plus The 80s prog revival, Steve Hackett, Van der Graaf Generator, Renaissance, Lonely Robot, Arena and more...
We celebrate 30 years of Marillion's No. 1 album Misplaced Childhood. Steve Rothery, Fish, Mark Kelly and producer Chris Kimsey recall making the album that saved the band's career and made them stars in the process. There's exclusive artwork from album cover artists Mark Wilkinson, never-before-seen photos from Steve Rothery's forthcoming book Postcards From The Road and current Marillion singer Steve Hogarth discusses his own relationship with the album.
Also in Prog 54... The 80s Prog Revival - Johnny Sharp remembers his time at the prog frontline with the likes of IQ, Pallas, Twelfth Night, Pendragon, Solstice and more...
Steve Hackett - from Genesis Revisited it's back to his solo work with excellent new album Wolflight.
Christina Booth - the Magnenta singer discusses a return to health and her solo career.
Arena - the neo proggers look forward to their 20th Anniversary.
Sanguine Hum - the young UK prog rockers talk about their latest concept album. Buttered cats anyone?
Renaissance - the classic prog act return to their Uk for their first tour in 30 years!
Enslaved - the Norwegian prog metallers discuss new album In Times.
Lonely Robot - John Mitchell unveils his star-studded solo project.
Van der Graaf - we continue our look at how the band morphed from VdGG to Van der Graaf.
Nightwish - what happened when we put the symphonic rockers in a room with Richard Dawkins.
Karnataka - back with a new singer and new album.
Toto - multi-Grammy winning melodic rockers. But they think they have a prog edge.
Rick Wakeman - the keyboard legend on revisiting classic albums and getting roasted by his kids.
EG Records - the story behind the label that gave us King Crimson and Roxy Music.
Plus live and album reviews from Steve Hackett, The Gentle Storm, Soft Machine,Fairport Convention, The Enid and more...
Plus a 10 track CD with music from Marillion, Hawklords, Luna Rossa, The Gentle Storm and more...