Rush Set for Huge Honor, Deftones Stream New Album + More News
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"We are very pleased to have been chosen by our peers and fellow musicians for induction in Guitar Center's Rock Walk," said Rush frontman Geddy Lee. "It is an honor to have our names added to this illustrious list of great and highly talented musicians."
Rush formed back in 1968 in the the Willowdale town of Toronto, Ontario. It's estimated that the power trio's albums have sold in excess of 40 million copies worldwide. Clockwork Angels, Rush's 19th studio album, hit stores earlier this year.
If you love a deal, a steal and a deep discount as much as you love heavy metal, then we have good news for you. eOne Music's Metal and Rock division has opened its brand new online store. Considering the label's back catalog, metal fans will enjoy newly available titles from a wide variety of artists.
For 666 hours, which roughly amounts to 11 days, all CDs in the store will be sale priced at $6.66, a thoroughly metal price tag.
Need a refresher on eOne acts? Well, there's Black Label Society, Overkill, In Flames, The Contortionist, The Chariot, High on Fire, Glamour of the Kill and Pop Evil. Yep, all good stuff.
Vinyl collectors will enjoy newly available selections from Judas Priest, High on Fire and Hatebreed as well. Shop here. [Via Press Release]
Koi No Yokan, the Deftones' upcoming album, is available to stream in its entirety below (courtesy of Rolling Stone). Produced by Nick Raskulinecz (Death Angel, Foo Fighters) album will hit stores on Nov. 13 via Warner Bros. Records.