CLUTCH To Begin Work On New Album

CLUTCH frontman Neil Fallon has told Kerrang! that the band will begin work on a new album in their own studio after they finish touring. "Our drummer, Jean Paul [Gaster] is building the studio in his house," said Fallon. "We're fortunate to live in an age where you can build a pretty great studio for about $10,000. In New York, you'd only get a week in a good studio for that and you can't keep it afterwards. Will there be room for his massive cymbals? Only time will tell."

CLUTCH are hoping to release their next full-length album before the end of the year.


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