Following the release of their 19th full-length album and the finale of the Time Machine Tour last year, progressive rock legends Rush are back on the road. The band will be making a stop at the HP Pavilion on November 15.

Clockwork Angels was released in June and debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 chart with great reviews. Another major milestone could be on the horizon with Rush making it onto the final list of prospective nominees for the 2013 class of the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame.

Despite almost reaching retirement age, the trio has continued to stay busy, particularly over the past two years. Rush’s last major tour finished in July 2011 after 81 dates. It is documented with a concert Blu-ray and DVD, “Time Machine 2011: Live in Cleveland.” The band chose the Cleveland stop for the DVD as a tribute to the city for being the first to play their music on the radio.

The Canadian rockers started their latest tour in early September in New Hampshire and will finish on December 2 in Houston. A first for the band, a string ensemble will accompany Rush during parts of the set.

Tickets are starting at $43 for upper level and up to $141 for lower level and main floor.