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    Friday, February 09, 2007

    Rush: Snakes and Arrows -- Release Date

    Starting my morning off right...
    Canadian Rock superstars Rush are set to return later this year, with a new album expected to be in stores on May 1. Blabbermouth reports the record is tentatively titled Snakes And Arrows, and also has a handful of unconfirmed tour dates for the band. The rumored tour dates are along the east coast of the U.S. in mid-June and early July.

    The first single from the album is expected to be "Far Cry," which will impact at radio on March 13. Last month, drummer Neal Peart wrote about the new album on his Web site, saying that "I have never enjoyed the recording process so much, nor been so satisfied with the results."


    Canadian rock trio RUSH is rumored to have scheduled the following live dates in support of their forthcoming new studio album (provisionally titled "Snakes and Arrows"):

    Jun. 13 - Nashville, TN @ Starwood Amphitheater
    Jun. 15 - West Palm Beach, FL @ Sound Advice Amphitheater
    Jun. 16 - Tampa, FL @ Ford Amphitheater @ Florida State Fairgrounds
    Jun. 18 - Atlanta, GA @ HiFi Buys Amphitheater
    Jun. 19 - Charlotte, NC @ Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
    Jun. 27 - Mansfield, MA @ Tweeter Center
    Jul. 02 - Wantaugh, NY @ Jones Beach Amphitheater
    Jul. 04 - Darien Lake, NY @ Six Flags
    Jul. 07 - Homdel, NJ @ PNC Arts Center

    It should be noted that these dates have **NOT** been officially confirmed by the band or its management.

    In other news, the first single from RUSH's upcoming album is expected to be "Far Cry" (or "Farcry"), and it is set to go for radio adds on March 13.

    RUSH's new album is expected to be released late spring/early summer via Atlantic. The tracks were put to tape at Allaire Studios in upstate New York with co-producer Nick Raskulinecz. "I have never enjoyed the recording process so much, nor been so satisfied with the results," drummer Neil Peart wrote last month on his web site.

    Peart previously told some of his lyrics for the new songs were inspired by his motorcycle journeys throughout the United States, chronicled in the recent book "Roadshow: Landscape with Drums".

    "Just seeing the power of evangelical Christianity and contrasting that with the power of fundamentalist religion all over the world in its different forms had a big effect on me," he said.

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