The band are looking to record a new movie in Argentina
Gibson reports that the prog metal giants will film two shows in Argentina at the Estadio Luna Park in Buenos Aires.
"It’s a beautiful, beautiful area, and it will be outside, so hopefully the weather gods will work in our favour,” frontman James Labrie told Tri State Rock. "But yeah, it’s a really great place. We thought it was the perfect venue for us to do this DVD. And we’re pretty stoked. I think it’s gonna be very cool, very unique, and I think it should step it up, once again, from our last official DVD, which was Score, at Radio City Music Hall.”
"We’re using Rich Chycki, who's worked on the last few Rush albums as engineer and mixer, and he also worked on the 30th-anniversary DVD with Rush,” LaBrie said. "And we have some technological things that are gonna be going on this DVD that should make it quite interesting.”
The film will be the band's first to feature new drummer Mike Mangini, who replaced Mike Portnoy behind the sticks last year.
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