Tuesday, January 8, 2002 @ 1:07 PM
||Legendary Trio Putting Final T|
Rush has completed recording the tracks for their highly anticipated as-yet-untitled new album, which album is being produced by the band itself with engineer Paul Northfield (Marilyn Manson, Hole). The legendary power trio -- Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson, and Neal Peart -- recently wrapped up recording sessions in Toronto, and are now in the midst of mixing. The Canadian band's 17th studio recording, and their first all-new collection in over five years is currently slated for an early spring release through Atlantic/Anthem recording group.
Rush has been among the world's most popular rock bands for more than a quarter century. The trio's 22 albums have all been certified RIAA gold-or-better, with cumulative worldwide sales of over 35 million. Their most recent Atlantic/Anthem releases are 1996's gold-certified Test For Echo, followed by 1998's gold-certified multi-disc live set, Different Stages.
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