Maryland rockers CLUTCH recently completed recording their new album at Sputnik Sound studio in Nashville, Tennessee with producer and engineer Vance Powell (THE WHITE STRIPES, RED FANG). Singer Neil Fallon states: "We are really really pleased with it. No title yet… still trying to figure that out. It's kinda like naming a kid."
Prior to entering the studio, CLUTCH guitarist Tim Sult told The Advocate that he was excited about finally working on the follow-up to 2015's "Psychic Warfare".
"They're my favorite songs," he said of the new material. "At this point, we probably have more songs than we've ever had before going into the studio. The material is a little heavier. It has a more doomed-out vibe and feel. We're going to record more live.
"It's our first time recording in Nashville," he added. "Who knows? We might end up with something that sounds like a Garth Brooks album."
"Psychic Warfare" debuted at No. 11 on The Billboard 200 chart after shifting 26,000 equivalent album units in the week ending October 8, 2015. The disc was released via CLUTCH's own label, Weathermaker Music.
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