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Rush in LA putting final mixes on the new album

Thu, Jan 18, 2007@10:10AM | comments removed/disabled

Former Max Webster frontman and longtime Rush friend Kim Mitchell is now a DJ on Canadian radio station Q107. Yesterday Andy Curran of the Toronto-based 80s-era band Coney Hatch - who is now with Rush's management - came into the studio. Kim put the following post on his blog regarding the visit:

just spoke with andy curran..with rush's management ...bands in LA mixing!!!!...says the band sounds 20 years younger ... totally rawked out!!! kool!!!

So he seems to be repeating the this will sound like an old Rush record theme that producer Nick Raskulinecz spoke about. The good news keeps pouring in.

If you don't know already, the rumored working title for the album is Snakes and Arrows. Also, Alex Lifeson stated in a recent interview that the album is slated for a late April or early May release; the recording process was filmed for a possible future in-studio DVD; and the tour will start in June and include North America and Europe with a break for Christmas then onto South America.

Related Posts:
[New album working title: Snakes and Arrows?]
[Alex Lifeson confirms tour and possible in-studio DVD!]
[Nick Raskulinecz talks about producing Rush]
[New Rush album article at Billboard]
[Neil Peart site update: BIG new album news]
[New Neil Peart interview at]
[Sabian rep visits Rush in the studio]
[Neil Peart discusses faith as central theme of Rush's new album]
[Neil Peart: what he's been reading, watching and listening to - plus new album news]

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