Clutch released the latest addition to its Weathermaker Vault Series this week.
The band debuted a re-worked version of its hit song ‘Spacegrass‘ Thursday. The fifth song in the band’s Weathermaker Vault Series, it is available now on all digital outlets here.
‘Spacegrass’ was originally featured in the band’s 1995 self-titled album. Front man Neil Fallon talked about the song in a recent interview.
“The lyrics got their start originally from something [guitarist] Tim [Sult] wrote,” Fallon said. “It involved a Dodge Swinger and Jesus. I added some words, and one of them was ‘AstroTurf,’ but that had too many syllables, so I changed it to ‘Spacegrass’ — and the rest is history.”
Vance Powell (Wolfmother, The Raconteurs, Arctic Monkeys), a six-time Grammy Award-winner, mixed the band’s new take on its classic song. The band’s past entries in its Weathermaker Vault Series are its cover of Creedence Clearwater’s ‘Fortunate Son,’ ‘Electric Worry,’ ‘Precious & Grace‘ and a cover of Cactus’ take of Willie Dixon’s ‘Evil.’
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