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Written by RogorMortis   
Sunday, 21 January 2007
According to a posting on the RUSH fan site Power Windows, RUSH guitarist Alex Lifeson spoke with Canada's Rock Station (95.1 & 100.7 The Rock) earlier in the week about the group's new album, which is believed to have a working title of either "Snakes and Arrows" or "Snakes and Ladders".

Alex revealed that the band flew to Los Angeles on Monday, January 15 to begin mixing the CD and expects to put the finishing touches on the LP by the end of the month. The album took only 30 days to record — the shortest time RUSH has taken to record a CD since 1977's "A Farewell to Kings"! Andrew MacNaughtan has been video-taping the entire project, with the possibility that a "making of" DVD will accompany the final product.
During the interview, Lifeson stated that RUSH will launch a North American tour on June 12 or June 13, with plans to stay on the road through the end of the year, to be followed by dates in Europe and South America. When asked about RUSH's exclusion from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Alex stated "I couldn't care less. Look who's up for induction — it's a joke".

To hear the entire 15-minute interview, click on "Rock Interviews" at TheRock951.com.

Last Updated ( Saturday, 20 January 2007 )
 
Asia
Latest News - Concert News
Written by RogorMortis   
Sunday, 14 January 2007
ASIA: Good news from the Asia camp:
We are proud to announce that all of the Tokyo shows on the Japanese leg of the reunion tour have sold out! Thanks to this overwhelmingly positive response to the band in Japan, a new concert date has been added to the tour. You can now add March 9th in Shibuya to the list of shows already announced. Tickets for the concert in Shibuya went on pre-sale over the Internet on January 15th and go on general release sale on January 20th.

In addition, some changes have been made to the dates for the Latin American tour in March. See below:


March 14th - Mexico City
March 17th - Santiago, Chile
March 19th - Buenos Aires, Argentina
March 21st - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
March 23rd - Sao Paulo, Brazil


 
Alan Morse
Latest News - Music News
Written by RogorMortis   
Sunday, 14 January 2007
ALAN MORSE

Spock's Beard guitarist Alan Morse is set to rlease his first solo album under the title 'Four o'clock & Hysteria'. The release date is set for April through InsideOut.

Most of the Spock's Beard lineup guest on this new work, including Alan's brother Neal who plays most of the keyboards as well as co-producing the new work.

For more information check out Alan's MySpace site here !

 
Neal Morse
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Written by RogorMortis   
Sunday, 14 January 2007
NEAL MORSE:  Neal has now made the official announcement on his forum:

"Hi Everyone,

Just wanted to let you all know that my new prog CD "Sola Scriptura" is going out to the press. The promos are out now so the reviews should be starting soon.

Here's a blurb and track list:

Neal Morse's new album's title (Sola Scriptura which means "Only By Scripture" in Latin) is as interesting and provocative as the music itself. Featuring Mike Portnoy of Dream Theater and the riveting guitar work of Paul Gilbert (Mr. Big), this album is huge in scope and sound! Filled with incredible melodies, cascading guitar and keyboards and all the great composition this ex Spock's Beard leader is known for, Sola Scriptura reaches beyond what one would think possible on a progressive rock epic.

Lyrically it draws on the life of Martin Luther, the Christian reformer who lived in the early 1500s. He's the one who nailed the 95 theses on the door of the Cathedral in Germany and rocked the entire world at the time. "I tried to imagine what it must have been like to go up against corruption in high places and risk life and limb for what you believe is right" says Morse. Will this album be controversial? Surely. But Morse has never been one to draw away from a challenge.
Musically it's as hard hitting and intricately beautiful as Morse's best work. With 3 long pieces (the longest clocking in at 29 minutes!) and one short ballad type song, this has all of Morse's trademark moments and the addition of Paul Gilbert's blistering guitar work puts it over the top.
Morse says "I felt as a Christian I should make this album and point out to people that may have forgotten how the church fell away from righteousness in the Dark Ages. The point of it is to point us toward God and his truth and where the church still may have darkness in it, to point her toward the light of God's truth which is laid out wonderfully before us in the scriptures. Of course, this is a lofty goal for a mere CD, but, with God anything is possible!"

 
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