Nick Cave hinted over the weekend that a third Grinderman album could be in the works.
The Australian artist formed the group in 2005, with their feral, ultra-physical sound tapping into primordial levels of energy.
A second album followed before Grinderman splintered in 2012, only to perform one final set at Coachella the following summer.
The latest missive on the Red Hand Tapes found Nick Cave reminiscing about the project, and the moment Robert Fripp recorded with the band on 'Grinderman 2'.
Nick Cave informed the fan that the record was "part of a yet to be completed trilogy, you might be happy to know..."
'Super Heathen Child' - featuring Robert Fripp - is "Grinderman at their very best. I felt as though Grinderman was laying claim to their roots."
Nick Cave spoke about the potential return of Grinderman last year, stating that he and bandmate Warren Ellis “both thought the world needed (the group), considering its current emotional climate”.
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