Alex Lifeson supplied extra hints on what to anticipate from Envy of None, the self-titled debut album from his post-Rush band.
The guitarist beforehand urged he’d explored a variety of types on the document that arrives on Apr. 8. In a brand new interview with Guitar World he added a couple of extra suggestions.
“There’s plenty of straight-ahead guitar, however there’s additionally mandola and plenty of manipulated, sequenced issues,” Lifeson stated. “And I’ve actually turn into an aficionado of backwards guitar as properly. So there’s the whole lot from acoustic fingerstyle stuff to actually heavy stuff, trippy sort of backwards issues to Hendrix-y melodic elements. I’m actually fairly happy with it. We now have 10 songs they usually’re all sounding actually, actually cool.”
He as soon as once more touched on the suggestion of reuniting with Geddy Lee on a musical venture that wouldn’t use the Rush title, out of respect for late drummer Neil Peart. “We’re not placing any strain on it or something,” Lifeson reported. “We had lots of good years collectively and we nonetheless love one another very a lot. I discuss to Geddy each different day – we’re finest associates. There’s extra to our life collectively than simply writing music. So if it occurs, it occurs. And it’ll occur when it occurs.”
In the meantime, Rush launched a monitor from beforehand unreleased live performance album Reside in YYZ 1981, which will probably be introduced as a part of the fortieth anniversary version of Transferring Footage, arriving on Apr. 15. You possibly can take heed to “Very important Indicators” under.
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