Wednesday, January 11th 2012
In a recent interview with Horns Up Rocks, Clutch frontman Neil Fallon took the time to speak a little about the band’s upcoming tenth album, the follow-up to 2009′s Strange Cousins from the West, and how soon (or late) fans can expect it.
As Blabbermouth reports, Neil states in the interview that the work on the new record is going “slowly, taking our time with it, no rush,” before going into further detail about it. He also speaks about the democratic process of writing songs in the group, and the fact that they come up with more riffs than they can possibly record. Watch the interview below (the new album is discussed two minutes into the video):
Near the end of the interview, Neil comments on how the band prefers to try out their new material on the road, perfecting it before laying down the studio version. That being said, here’s a video of one of the new songs he mentions, Newt: