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‘You know what? A real band plays live’: Rush’s Neil Peart on why he’ll never retire again

‘You know what? A real band plays live’: Rush’s Neil Peart on why he’ll never retire again

As Rush prepares to release Clockwork Angels Tour, Neil Peart discusses the moment when — after a brief retirement from concert performances — he decided that he had to return to the road.

'We'll do most of it': Neal Peart discusses how Clockwork Angels fits into new concerts

For a band like Rush, with both a well-received new album and 40-plus years of material in tow, making a set list can be a daunting task.

Rush – Clockwork Angels (2012)

Early in their career, Rush shrugged off the image of “prog rock band,” and all that ensues with such a title — epic song lengths, complicated, possibly esoteric storylines, etc.

'The whole record just clicked': Producer Nick Raskulinecz on the sessions for Rush's Clockwork Angels

Producer Nick Raskulinecz describes the sessions for Rush’s forthcoming 2012 release Clockwork Angels as jam-based affairs that then grew into finished songs — capped by a lightning strike moment when the theme came together.

Something Else! sneak peek: Rush, "Headlong Flight" (2012)

Building off a hard-charging instrumental, the initial single from Rush’s forthcoming Clockwork Angels finds the trio referencing its storied musical past — in more ways than one.

U.S. release date for Rush's Clockwork Angels confirmed; preorder it here!

A U.S. release date for Rush’s long-awaited new studio album Clockwork Angels has been confirmed through Amazon: It will be available on June 12, 2012 via Roadrunner Records.

Release date for Rush's long-awaited Clockwork Angels appear on two Japanese sites

Two separate music sites, and, have posted a May 23 release date for Rush’s Clockwork Angels album — the first indications of when this long-awaited project might appear.

Rush's forthcoming Clockwork Angels project will be accompanied by a sci-fi novelization

Rush’s first album in five years is turning into a multi-media extravaganza: Kevin J. Anderson plans to turn Clockwork Angels into a book, according to a new post on the sci-fi writer’s Facebook page.

Rush – Permanent Waves (1980; 2007 Mobile Fidelity Remaster)

If you’re not an audiophile, and not many people are, these discs are not for you. They’re expensive to start with — then they usually skyrocket in price when their limited production runs end.

Neil Peart on Rush's long-awaited new studio release: 'Odd numbers of beats, bars, and measures all over the place'

Drummer Neil Peart has given fans new insight into Rush’s long-awaited new studio album — both in the way that it will sound, and his part in advancing the songs.