The return of Porcupine Tree headlines the new issue of Prog, on sale now!

We celebrate the return of Porcupine Tree to the cover of the new issue of Program Magazine, which is on sale now…

Prog rock phenomenon Porcupine Tree after a 12-year hiatus is the cover of Prog’s new issue. Steven Wilson, Gavin Harrison and Richard Barbieri are back with a brand new album Closing / Continuation – currently sitting at No. 1 in the UK charts. Program brings you the inside story of the reunion that everyone wanted, but no one thought it would happen!

This problem also comes with a really cool Program laptop sticker, a 148-page Rush eBook, four Porcupine Tree postcards, and a free 20-track sampler from prog label Melodic Revolution Records, featuring music from Potter’s Daughter, Kinetic Element, Sun King Rising, The Steve Bonini Project, Amadeus Awad and more loads…

Also in Program 131

Vangelis – the prog world pays homage to the innovative synth wizard.

Alan White – Yes colleagues and more honor the drummer of Yes who died in May.

pink floyd – The inside story of their surprise reunion for a good cause.

Mrs. Amy Birks – The Brontë sisters’ singer-songwriter who inspired her new album and why she’s resurrecting the Beatrix Players.

Coheed and Cambria – Claudio Sanchez guides his bandmates through the second installment of the new Armory Wars saga.

The strong utopia – The psych/prog trio led by modular synths widens their musical horizons with album number two.

Last flight to Pluto – Welsh proggers make bold strides with their third album Random karma, fate and desire.

The Tangent – Andy Tillison asks important questions about The Tangent’s new socially responsible album Hard Shoulder Songs.

Susanna – The Norwegian art-rocker explores the work of poet Charles Baudelaire further on his latest album Elevation.

landless – San Diego psych/prog trio discuss their new instrumental concept album, Hundred Demons Night Parade.

Arthur Brown – The octogenarian prog rocker looks back on one of rock music’s most colorful careers.

Billy Howerdel – Billy Howerdel of A Perfect Circle explains how Pink Floyd and ’80s alternative music inspired his new solo album.

worried about satan – Gavin Miller (inquietaboutsatan) invites us into his prog universe filled with Can, Klaus Schulze and Canadian singer-songwriter Carly Rae Jepsen.

Plus new reviews and reissues from Mikael Akerfeldt, Frank Zappa, Horslips, Rick Wakeman,

And live reviews from Opeth, Crown Lands, Tool, Von Hertzen Brothers, NMB, SIgur Ros and more…


Here’s our guide on the best way to get your hands on your copy of Prog while we’re still feeling the effects of the COVID-19 crisis.

* Prog is still on sale in the UK from most supermarkets and newsagents, even during the current Covid restrictions, so you should have options on the high street. You can use our store locator to find your nearest retailer. Delays are possible as stores prioritize delivery of different stock lines.

* The easiest option for everyone would be to go digital (opens in a new tab) (opens in a new tab). You can get unique digital numbers from the Apple Store(opens in a new tab) (opens in a new tab)of Zinio and all kinds of digital magazine retailers.

* Subscribe to Prog. We are now accepting subscriptions from the rest of the world. Subscriptions available here (opens in a new tab) (opens in a new tab).

* In North America, Prog is available from branches of Barnes & Noble and Books-A-Million, although new issues only go on sale a few weeks after publication in the UK.

*Unique printed issues of Prog can be purchased online at Magazines Direct(opens in a new tab) (opens in a new tab) and also burning shed.

Click on the corresponding cover on the single issue page (opens in a new tab) (opens in a new tab) to Magazines Direct for payment options.

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