The Canadian prog-rock trio Rush, fresh off their recent induction into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame and “Rock Album Of The Year” Juno Award win, will release two digital-only collections on May 14, according to fan site RushIsABand.com.
The first, Rush: The Complete Mercury Years, will contain every Rush album up until 1989’s A Show Of Hands, including a new deluxe edition of 2112 and the 2008 Working Man compilation.
The second, Rush: The Studio Albums 1989-2007, will include the band’s entire catalog with Atlantic Records, including Presto up until Snakes & Arrows.
The band is also starting up their worldwide 2013 Clockwork Angels tour, in support of their latest studio album, which began on April 23 in Austin, TX. Rush has released a mini-documentary of the show in Austin, featuring footage of the fans and of the band on stage, seen below.
Both compilations are available for pre-order on iTunes here and check out Rush’s official website for more tour info!