Clutch released a new music video for their song “Ghoul Wrangler,” the lasted single from their album Book of Bad Decisions. The video came out as the band is about to start their North American tour.
The video showcases the eclectic personality of the group as described by frontman Neil Fallon, “JP wears pantaloons, Dan’s got horns, and Tim throws up on my face. I’m pretty sure we all deserve Academy Awards.” Filming took place in Pennsylvania at the Old Bedford Village.
Book of Bad Decisions is the group’s twelfth and most recent album. Some of the distinguished songs on the album include “Vision Quest,” “A Good Fire” and “Hot Bottom Feeder.” In addition to a series of holiday shows put on in December, the group is making their way around North America in support of the album. They expanded their February/March tour with the announcement of multiple new shows, the first occurring on February 19th in South Carolina. Clutch will be joined by Big Business and The Inspector Cluzo.
Clutch’s sound combines notes of funk and metal as inspired by Faith No More and Led Zeppelin. Formed in the early ‘90s in Maryland, the band consists of vocalist Fallon, guitarist Tim Sult, bassist Dan Maines and drummer Jean-Paul Gaster. Their most successful album is their eleventh one titled Psychic Warfare, released in 2015. It reached the top of hard rock charts and landed just outside the Top Ten of the Billboard 200.
Photo Credit: Marv Watson
Check out the new music video for “Ghoul Wrangler” below.