CLAWFINGER Commence Work On Follow-Up To "A Whole Lot Of Nothing"

Swedish rap metallers CLAWFINGER have commenced the songwriting process for their fifth full-length CD at a recording studio they co-own with MESHUGGAH in the outskirts of Stockholm, “far away from pubs, restaurants and clubs, which is good, 'cos it means we can stay away from trouble and focus on work,” commented frontman Zak Tell. So far, the band have spent about two weeks throwing around various ideas and have come up with the basic skeletons for six new tracks, none of which have titles at the moment. CLAWFINGER are planning on completing the recording process for the follow-up to last year's A Whole Lot Of Nothing by late spring/early summer, after which they tentatively make several European festival appearances, none of which have yet been confirmed. A late summer/early fall release through Supersonic/G.U.N. Records is expected.


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