RZA says one more record will bring "closure'" to the band's legacy...

The WU-TANG CLAN plan to release another album to give “closure” to the band’s legacy.

The collective, who recently announced a one-off show in London, are readying themselves to record the album, reports the BBC.

“We are preparing to do one more album collectively. And that’s for closure, for our fans to have closure,” said clan member RZA, whose solo work includes the ‘Kill Bill’ and ‘Kill Bill Volume II’ soundtrack.

He said: “I don’t think the fans have closure on Wu-Tang and I think they deserve it and I think one more album should fulfil it.

“If the group itself feels the vibe and wants to continue, then maybe two more albums but at least one more album that will give closure to the Wu-Tang legacy.”

The show at the London Hammersmith Carling Apollo, on July 8, is expected to be the first time that the complete outfit have played on stage together for ten years.

The band are also scheduled to play at this year’s Oxegen and T In The Park festivals. Clan members expected include RZA, GZA/Genius, Ghostface Killah, Raekwon, Method Man, Inspectah Deck and Masta


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