Clutch return to recording studio



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(hennemusic) Clutch shares a social media update on their plans to record new music. “The new album starts today,” the band 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 lineup postponed the last three shows of a fall leg of 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. “We thought to ourselves that sometimes when a band celebrates their birthday,” Fallon told a crowd in Reading, Pa. Last month, “you expect there to be, for example, a sort of nostalgic retrospective / walking in the past… no thanks We thought the best thing to do was write another rock and roll record; this fall we will be recording it, “he continued, adding : “We’re going to test a song on you now” as the band launched into the first live of a new song, “Boss Metal Zone”.

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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