Tracks: Clutch – Red Alert (Boss Metal Zone)


Dan Winters

US groove rock masters Clutch have released a brand new single and video today, titled ‘Red Alert (Boss Metal Zone)’.

Frontman and lyric wordsmith Neil Fallon expounds,

“Early in 2021, I learned the Boss Metal Zone pedal schematic was being presented as “proof” that the Covid-19 vaccine had an electronic component to communicate with 5G cellular networks. 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?” came to mind (replicants, in particular, representing what is real and not real, or is there a difference at all?). The video makes no secret that this is an homage to Philip K. Dick and a future where we have distortion coursing through our veins.”

Drummer Jean-Paul Gaster adds, 

“‘Red Alert (Boss Metal Zone)’ is one of the faster cuts on our forthcoming album. It kicks in and hits like a freight train. The intensity of the recording reminds me of our live shows. This song cooks and I can’t wait to play it on tour!”

Demonstrating their in your face raging rock once again the band have created another monster of a track. The surge of guitars meets the thumping of drums all sounding like rock heaven with Fallon’s raging vocals sounding simply amazing on top.

Check it out, here

Find out more via the bands Website or Facebook

Long time fans of sci-fi icon Philip K. Dick, Clutch have also curated a fun ‘inspired by’ Sci-Fidelity playlist on Spotify here, to coincide with the release of the single.

Clutch have an extensive 2022 worldwide touring schedule, including summer festivals, further headline dates, and a return to Europe. For the most up to date list of shows and to buy tickets, please visit https://bnds.us/9eo7yp.

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