Tag Archives: progressive rock

Jethro Tull – The Prog Years Tour Rescheduled

Originally scheduled for this September, the Jethro Tull – The Prog Years UK tour has been postponed to the same month next year.  This is due to the ongoing uncertainty regarding putting on large events in the UK. Thus it has been decided that the responsible and safest option for fans, band and crew is to reschedule all 11 of those ...

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Shaman Elephant

SHAMAN ELEPHANT – Wide Awake but Still Asleep

Norwegian prog rockers Shaman Elephant are back, and they are bringing us all something very special this year; a brand-new album containing seven sparkling compositions that are a delightful blend of 60s psychedelia and 70s prog rock but with a modern sheen and a timeless feel to them.   A huge part of the debut album’s charm was the fact ...

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New Steve Rothery Release

Marillion guitarist, Steve Rothery has released a brand-new single and accompanying video for ‘La Silla’, the first track taken to be taken from his forthcoming album Revontulet. You can purchase ‘La Silla’ direct fromRothery’s Bandcamp Page by clicking here, and watch the video for it right here at RAMzine. Taking advantage of crowdfunding opportunities for the parent album – A choice ...

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Kansas’ Memories

Legendary American progressive rock band Kansas has released a new song ‘Memories Down The Line’ taken from the band’s new studio album The Absence of Presence due out 26th June, through Inside Out Music. “‘Memories Down the Line’ starts out as a piano-based rock ballad; It builds dynamically to a more powerful sound that still has a sense of longing ...

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Howe – Love Is

Legendary Yes guitarist Steve Howe will release his new solo album, Love Is, this summer, on 31st July through BMG Records. Many years in the making, Love Is will be Howe’s first solo album the all-instrumental Time back in 2011,and will feature both songs and instrumentals this time round. Howe himself takes lead vocals and plays electric, acoustic and steel ...

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YES Reschedule UK Tour for 2021

Originally scheduled to kick off this month in Liverpool, progressive rock giant YES announced that they will reinstate their intended UK tour in celebration of their 1974 Relayer hitalbum’s anniversary a year down the road with them opening in Manchester on 16th May 2021. Rescheduled due to the coronavirus pandemic, as have a series of European dates, the shows will ...

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Satriani Reschedules Too!

Guitar virtuoso, Joe Satriani is the latest rock act to reschedule an upcoming tour due to the coronavirus pandemic. His May tour of the UK ins support of his Shapeshiftingalbum, will now take place in 2021, with ticket sales remaining valid. In a statement on the decision, Satriani commented: “The current COVID-19 virus has now reached pandemic proportions and is making ...

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New Kansas Album Due

Legendary United States progressive rock band Kansas will release their highly anticipated new studio album The Absence of Presence on 26th June this year. Kansas has sold more than 30 million albums worldwide, and the band is famous for classic hits such as ‘Carry On Wayward Son’ and ‘Dust in the Wind’ through to progressive epics like ‘Song for America’. ...

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Sons of Apollo All Choked Up

Riding high, US supergroup Sons of Apollo recently saw second studio album reach No. 2 in the UK rock chart. Now, following this success the band has just released a new single taken from the MMXX album. It’s called ‘Asphyxiation’ and you can watch the video for it right here at RAMzine. On a less happy note, the band has ...

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DBA Live on Vinyl

Following the release of the Live In England 2CD/DVD box set released last year, DBA (Downes Braide Association) has made the recording available as a double vinyl album in a gatefold sleeve. Recorded in 2018 at Trading Boundaries, DBA returned there for two more live shows at Trading Boundaries earlier this February, in part to launch the double vinyl release. ...

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