Rush are making plans to release a live DVD from their Clockwork Angels tour in May, reports ClassicRockMagazine.
The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame inductees filmed two shows in November for potential release. It's been speculated that footage shot in Dallas on November 28 will make up the majority of the feature, with scenes in Phoenix on November 25 recorded as backup.
Fan site RushIsABand.com notes: "We hadn't really expected the release until the fall, so this is welcome news. Although, as is typically the case, delays in the release date are likely so we may not actually see it until sometime during the summer."
Meanwhile, Guitar Center have released a brief interview video with Rush, made during their induction into the firm's Rockwalk in Hollywood.
In the clip below, drummer Neil Peart discusses the physical training required to prepare for their Clockwork Angels world tour.