Prog Magazine Issue 127 (February 2022) Marillion
NOTE: This month's issue does not come with a free CD (there is a streamable 20-track earMusic sampler available online). It does come with two Marillion Artcards.
Marillion return with a brand new album and we celebrate with them on the cover of issue 127 of Prog Magazine, which is on sale now.
So we've got the inside scoop on the making of Marillion's their highly anticipated new album An Hour Before It's Dark. How the made it and the themes that drive the new songs. And an in depth review of the new music. Plus we have an exclusive extract from Mark Kelly's new autobiography as he explains how how Marillion's successful crowd-finding approach, which the band utilised once again for their most recent tour, came into being in the first place.= around the making of the Anoraknophobia album.
There's also two Marillion art prints with this issue, and a 20-track earMusic sampler album, featuring Marillion, Saga, Tarja Turunen and Trevor Rabin, Mark Kelly's Marathon, Jean-Luc Ponty, Copeland, King, Cosmo and Belew, Alphonse Mouson, George Duke, Deep Purple, Myrath and loads more...
Also in Prog 127...
- The Flower Kings - Roine Stolt’s melodic prog troops are back with another double album delight
- Arjen Lucassen's Star One - the Dutch prog polymath mixes prog metal and movies on new Star One album
- 10cc - Graham Gouldman lets us into a few songwriting secrets and discusses the band's upcoming tour
- Steeleye Span's Maddy Prior - the singer discusses her early days in folk rock, touring stadiums with Jethro Tull, working with David Bowie and more...
- Cynic - Paul Masvidal discusses the new Cynic album, recorded under the most tragic of circumstances.
- Toundra - the Spanish post-rockers take a stand against hatred with new record, Hex
- Nordic Giants - the enigmatic post-rockers give their very first magazine interview.
- Richard Wileman and Matt Baber - Karda Estra and Sanguine Hum men collaborate on a new musical venture
- Voivod - Canadian prog metal pioneers return with more delightful complexity
- Wilderun - the US prog metallers shrug off Covid disappointments with great new album
- The Paradox Twin - the ambitious UK melodic prog rockers delve into dark corners with new release
- Amorphis - the Finnish prog metal heavyweights invoke more mythology on Halo
- Watchtower - the astonishing story of the US prog metal nearly men
- Molybaron - Irish-French prog rock? It’s a thing and it’s really rather good too
- Regal Worm - mainman Jarrod Gosling let's us into his own prog world