Interviews, podcasts, and more about Progressive Rock artists such as Dream Theater, Transatlantic, The Flower Kings, Big Big Train, Steven Wilson, Neal Morse, Mike Portnoy and more.
Ultimate Rush Album with Mike Portnoy and John Petrucci
Mike Portnoy and John Petrucci join Roie Avin and Geoff Bailie on the podcast to talk about the new Liquid Tension Experiment album, and help put together the Ultimate Rush Album with tracks from that band's huge catalog. The new Liquid Tension Experiment album LTE3 is out on March 26th, 2021.
James Lascelles (Wheel) Interview
Finnish prog metal band Wheel are set to release their new studio album Resident Human on March 26th. The band's singer James Lascelles joins the podcast to talk about the band, the new album, and more.
Top 5 Transatlantic Songs with Pete Trewavas
Transatlantic and Marillion bassist Pete Trewavas joins the podcast to talk about the new Transatlantic releases The Absolute Universe and to pick the top 5 songs by the prog supergroup.
Todd La Torre Interview - Rejoice in the Suffering
Queensryche vocalist Todd La Torre returns to talk about his new solo album 'Rejoice in the Suffering', writing and recording during the quarantine, and what's next for Queensryche. The new solo album is out Feb 5th, 2021.
Top 5 Audiophile Albums with Steven Wilson
Steven Wilson joins the podcast to talk about his latest album The Future Bites, and also pick his Top 5 best sounding Audiophile Albums. We end up covering a wide array of albums including a few from his past, as well.
Jason Bieler Interview - Songs for the Apocalypse
Guitarist/Singer/Producer Jason Bieler, from Saigon Kick, joins the podcast to talk about his new solo album Songs for the Apocalypse which features guests like Devin Townsend, Bumblefoot, Todd La Torre and others. We also talk about his long career as a member of Saigon Kick, owning his own record label, and more.
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As a music, podcast, and prog enthusiast, this magnificent show, combines all my passions into 1. Roie Avin is a great host, who takes the conversation exactly where it needs to go. And his collaborations with his Prog Report colleagues and Prog Rock legends, just make the conversations just that much more breathtaking. Everyone should check it out!!!
Similar to most prog rock fans discovering a new band, I wish I would have found this podcast sooner... I look forward to new material, but will be working backward in the meantime
Enlightening and entertaining
This show has exposed me to many bands which I would otherwise not have known, and also increased my perspective on bands that I already know and love. Roie’s passion for the genre is contagious and the guests along with co-hosts are all well chosen. Give this a listen and prepare for to expand your prog boundaries (both classic and modern)!