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Rush wraps up Clockwork Angels recording

Tue, Dec 20, 2011@1:02PM | comments

Clockwork AngelsAccording to a tweet from Rush sound engineer Rich Chycki from earlier today, Rush has wrapped up their 2-month stint of recording at Revolution Studio in Toronto for their upcoming Clockwork Angels album.

2 months at Revolution Studio in Toronto. Thanks for the hospitality guys! #wrapped

Although he doesn't explicitly mention Rush in this tweet, it's apparent from other recent tweets and interviews that the Rush recording is what's being referred to here. The fact that the recording is finished has also been corroborated by other anonymous sources close to the band. Rush have mixing booked for after the New Year and should be on track for a Spring release. Guitar World readers recently voted Clockwork Angels as the most anticipated album of 2012.

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