RUSH Secures Producer, Engineer For Upcoming Album

RUSH fan site Power Windows has been updated with the following message:

"A few days ago, rumors began to spread on the internet that producer Nick Raskulinecz (FOO FIGHTERS, STONE SOUR, VELVET REVOLVER) had been hired for the next RUSH album, along with engineer Rick Chycki (RUSH 'R30' DVD, 'Closer To The Heart' tsunami benefit track, etc.). Power Windows has confirmed off the record that these rumors are true and that the band hopes to release the new album 'hopefully early next spring' (fans can expect an official press release shortly). Ironically, in a June 2006 interview with EQ Magazine, when asked 'are there any artists out there that you’d like a shot at producing?' Raskulinecz answered, 'RUSH. That would be my dream album to make. Nobody plays like those guys anymore.'"


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