CLUTCH Releases Music Video For 'Ghoul Wrangler'

CLUTCH Releases Music Video For 'Ghoul Wrangler'

Maryland rockers CLUTCH have released a new video for their new single "Ghoul Wrangler", from their latest album, "Book Of Bad Decisions". The clip was shot in the Old Bedford Village in Pennsylvania and can be viewed below.

Vinyl fans might remember the Ghoul Wrangler business card that was included in each 12-inch jacket. Many of those who called the number on the card left messages for the Ghoul Wrangler. Some of these messages have been used as teasers on CLUTCH's socials in the last couple of days. The phone line is still active. You never know what comes next.

"JP wears pantaloons, Dan's got horns, and Tim throws up on my face," says frontman Neil Fallon. "I'm pretty sure we all deserve Academy Awards."

CLUTCH will start its winter tour next week in support of "Book Of Bad Decisions". Support on the trek will come from BIG BUSINESS from Seattle, Washington and THE INSPECTOR CLUZO from Gascony, France.

"Book Of Bad Decisions" was released in September. The record sold 26,000 copies in America during its first week of availability, giving the group its third consecutive Top 20 album on the Billboard 200.

"Book Of Bad Decisions" was recorded was completed at Sputnik Sound studio in Nashville, Tennessee with producer Vance Powell. The album cover was designed by renowned photographer Dan Winters.

Fallon previously explained that the "Book Of Bad Decisions" title came "from a song on the album, which, to me, it's a pretty dark song. I was trying to write lyrics that were kind of like a Cormac McCarthy novel in about three and a half minutes," he said. "But anyone in their life does bad decisions, and you can look back and see the repercussions of that spread out like a pebble thrown into a pool. We've made bad decisions; we've also made really good ones. Thankfully, all of us are surrounded by good people that ride our wheelhouse when we get a little tipsy."

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