VIDEO NEWS: The Sword Reveal Cover Of Rush Classic ‘Working Man’
The Sword have revealed a cover of Rush classic Working Man, the third and final instalment of their Conquest Of Quarantine lockdown session series.
“In the early 2000s we were given a CD by one of Kyle’s record store buddies with SLUSH scrawled across it and little did we know what a wild ride awaited us,” says bassist Bryan Richie. “This dude had taken his favourite Rush songs and dropped the pitch control on his record player as low as it would go – taking these classic Rush tracks and turning them into a C standard sludge fest with the most air drumable drums!! Does it doom? Heck yes it does. Enjoy our cover of the classic Rush track Working Man with a Slush’y spin.”
Check out the first two Conquest Of Quarantine sessions Children of the Revolution HERE and Winter’s Wolves HERE.
The Sword have recently released two compilations: Conquest of Kingdoms and Chronology: 2006-2018.
Conquest of Kingdoms is a three-disc vinyl collection of rarities and oddities. Featuring thirty tracks, sixteen of which are previously unreleased, the compilation will include B-sides, remixes and live recordings of fan-favourites including Freya, Iron Swan and Fire Lances of the Ancient Hyperzephyrians, as well as covers of Led Zeppelin‘s Immigrant Song, ZZ Top‘s Nasty Dogs and Funky Kings, KISS‘ She, Pentagram‘s Forever My Queen and more.
Chronology: 2006-2018 is a three-disc CD collection, which also includes The Sword‘s greatest hits and fan-favourites. Fifty two tracks from the band’s entire discography, including twelve previously unreleased tracks, Chronology: 2006-2018 will feature studio recordings of Freya, Iron Swan, Cloak of Feathers, Deadly Nightshade and more.
Conquest of Kingdoms and Chronology: 2006-2018 are available to stream or purchase HERE.