Rush's year of vinyl reissues just got even busier.

As previously reported, the band has spent 2015 bringing its classic early albums to vinyl and hi-def digital audio via a yearlong reissue campaign that encompasses the LPs they recorded for Mercury between the self-titled 1974 debut and 1989's A Show of Hands. Those releases, scheduled to conclude in December, will now be joined by a separate slew of reissues that focus on the group's Atlantic recordings.

Six of those albums — Presto (1989), Roll the Bones (1991), Counterparts (1993), Test for Echo (1996), Feedback (2004) and Snakes & Arrows (2007) — are set to be pressed on audiophile-quality, 200-gram vinyl, each sold with a code to access a high-definition digital download. Three of the releases (Counterparts, Test for Echo and Snakes & Arrows) are being released as two-LP sets; according to a press release, the Counterparts and Test for Echo vinyl editions also "feature etched designs on side D of the album which are available for the first time on these pressings."

This set of reissues, called the Atlantic Years on Vinyl, is already available for pre-order through Rush's official site, with the first of several chronological installments — Presto and Roll the Bones — arriving Oct. 23. Counterparts and Test for Echo follow Nov. 6, with Feedback and Snakes & Arrows rounding out the series on Jan. 15, 2016.

In the midst of all this activity, the group has planned another release of a more recent vintage: On Nov. 20, they're set to issue a CD/DVD package commemorating their R40 Live tour with footage from a pair of shows at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto.

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