Clutch Shares Heavy New Song “Red Alert (Boss Metal Zone)”

Clutch shares a heavy new song

Maryland rock band Clutch have released a new track, along with a music video, titled “Red Alert (Boss Metal Zone)”. The band are currently on the second leg of their North American tour alongside EyeHateGod and Tiger Cub, as well as The Sword and Nate Bergman.

The three-minute music video fittingly features plenty of red undertones as the band angrily spits out the lyrics to their new track. The futuristic music video was inspired by the premise of robots and androids. Frontman Neil Fallon described the new track’s origins as uncertainty, confusion, and a distortion of reality.

“In early 2021, I learned that the Boss Metal Zone pedal schematic was being touted as ‘proof’ that the Covid-19 vaccine had an electronic component to communicate with 5G cellular networks,” he said. declared. “It was, of course, nonsense. It sounded like a Philip K. Dick premise. I didn’t want to write a song specific to Covid-19 vaccines, so I went with the Philip K. Dick angle (again) “Do androids dream of electric sheep?” comes to mind (replicants, in particular, representing what is real and unreal, or is there a difference?). makes no secret that this is a tribute to Philip K. Dick and a future where we have distortion running through our veins.

The band’s tour kicked off on April 5 in Billings and will end on May 22 in Richmond before continuing on July 19 in Kallithea, Greece, and officially ending on December 17 in London.

Photo credit: Raymond Flotat


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