(hennemusic) Clutch shares a social media update on their plans to record new music. “A new album begins today,” the group wrote on Oct. 15 as part of an Instagram repost of some fan-filmed footage from a recent show. “Stay tuned!”
Earlier this month, the Maryland outfit postponed the last three shows of a fall stop on their 30 Years of Rock & Roll U.S. tour after revealing that members of the band’s “tour camp” had been tested positive for COVID-19.
On the road thirty years after their formation in Germantown, MD in 1991, the series saw frontman Neil Fallon recognize the milestone in his career. âWe thought sometimes when a band has an anniversary,â Fallon told a crowd in Reading, PA last month, âyou expect there to be, like, some kind of nostalgic retrospective. / walks in the pastâ¦ no thanks We thought the best thing to do was write another rock and roll record; this fall we will be recording it, âhe continued, adding:â We let’s go test a song on you right now âas the band launched into the first live of a new song,â Boss Metal Zone â.
Clutch also road tested a few other new tracks during the race, including “Strive For Excellence”, “Nosferatu Madre” and “Slaughter Beach”. See the Instagram post here.
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