The anticipated 'Time Machine' live DVD/Blu-ray from Rush has been pushed back again, and now is scheduled for a Nov. 8 release date.

Filmed at the band's Cleveland concert on April 15, with a running time of 164 minutes, the 'Time Machine' release will feature some tasty extras, including outtakes from the introductory, outro and intermission videos for the tour.

The band will also dig further into their vaults to serve up some choice early footage. Included in the package will be a full clip of their 1974 'Canadian Bandstand' performance, featuring original drummer John Rutsey, and 1976 black and white bootleg video of a performance in Passaic, New Jersey.

'Time Machine' documents the current tour of the same name by the Canadian rock legends, featuring a 24 track career-spanning set that includes live performances of both 'BU2B' and 'Caravan,' two tracks that are set to be on the band's still-in-progress 'Clockwork Angels' studio release.

It also captures the full album performance of their classic 1981 record 'Moving Pictures,' unquestionably a highlight of the tour. Rush fans can finally own an officially released live performance of the rarely performed song 'The Camera Eye,' which at last found a spot in the setlist as part of the 'Pictures' performance.