As we mentioned last week, MusicRadar have been rolling out a series of clips featuring RUSH‘s Geddy Lee talking about the band’s history, recording the new album and other fun stuff like how the guys switched instruments whilst recording ‘Clockwork Angels‘. Click here to watch the first clip and check out the second, third and fourth clips below:
In the second part of our five-part Geddy Lee video series, the Rush frontman talks about how studio techniques have changed throughout Rush’s recording career:
In Part 3 of our video interview, Geddy Lee explains why Rush felt the need to split the recording sessions for Clockwork Angels between Nashville and Toronto:
In the penultimate part of our Clockwork Angels video series, Geddy Lee talks about how, in pursuit of inspiration, he and Alex Lifeson switched instruments during the album’s recording sessions:
The final part in the series, in which the bass legend reveals how Neil Peart‘s drum tracks were laid down, will go live later today.
You can pick up RUSH‘s ‘Clockwork Angels‘ from the below links: