Rush is giving its fans plenty of fourth quarter treats this year including a new live CD/DVD, a box set and a long-desired remixed version of its 2002 album “Vapor Trails.” And guitarist Alex Lifeson is hoping that will be enough to tide them over while the Canadian trio takes a break.
“We’ve committed to taking about a year off,” Lifeson tells Billboard. “We all agreed when we finished this (‘Clockwork Angels‘) tour (in early August) we were going to take this time off and we weren’t going to talk about band stuff or make any plans. We committed to a year, so that’s going to take us through to the end of next summer, for sure. That’s the minimum. We haven’t stopped or quit. Right now we’re just relaxing. We’re taking it easy and just enjoying our current employment.”
Read more via Rush ‘Haven’t Stopped or Quit… Just Relaxing’ | Billboard.
- RUSH’s ALEX LIFESON: ‘We’ve Committed To Taking About A Year Off’ (blabbermouth.net)