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Rush's Clockwork Angels now listed at Amazon Japan with a release date of May 23rd

Thu, Mar 1, 2012@10:20PM | comments removed/disabled

According to a feature in the latest Prog magazine, Rush's upcoming Clockwork Angels album will be released sometime in May. In support of that information, Amazon Japan is now listing (thanks Dustin) the album with a Japanese release date of May 23rd - no other details are given except that it's being released by Warner Music Japan. It's also listed on the website for Japanese music store HMV (thanks RushFanForever), which uses the unofficial Clockwork Angels artwork created by John at that's been floating around the net for months now (and that I've been regularly using). It's not yet listed on Amazon in the US, Canada or the UK though - but I suspect that it should be soon. I'm still hoping that we'll see a single released online in the near future.

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