Unless we can find the cheat codes to make that time machine move forward, it looks like fans will have to wait an extra month to get their hands on the new Rush live DVD/Blu-ray. Originally set for release on September 27, 'Time Machine 2011: Live In Cleveland' has been pushed back to October 25.

No reason has been given for the delay, but if you've seen the prior work of Sam Dunn and Scot McFayden, the team responsible for the band's recent 'Beyond The Lighted Stage' documentary, you'll know that good things do indeed come to those who wait. The pair also previously lensed the highly regarded 'Metal: A Headbanger's Journey' doc and the film 'Global Metal.'

Bassist Geddy Lee spoke in a May interview about the band's decision to feature their classic 'Moving Pictures' album on the 'Time Machine' tour, saying that it finally gave them the opportunity to play 'The Camera Eye,' which he called one of the “most requested songs” in the Rush catalog.

The new live release was filmed earlier this year in Cleveland (hence the title) on April 15 at Quicken Loans Arena. The Ultimate Classic Rock cameras were there to capture these amazing photos.

Watch Rush Perform 'The Camera Eye'