The Wu-Tang Clan is in the midst of a mini-revival at the moment. Head honcho RZA directed and starred in The Man With the Iron Fists. GZA is working on a long-promised new album. And Ghostface has teamed up with Los Angeles-based producer Adrian Younge for their new album, 12 Reasons to Die. With Ghost taking on the role of a "black vigilante killer," Younge channels the vibe of '70s Italian horror and suspense flicks. Unsurprisingly, then, the rhyming of Ghost (and assorted Wu cohorts) tells a brutal story of vengeance and payback. With RZA having given Younge advice on how to best channel Ghost's high-strung chops, you can rest assured the outcome is a legitimate new entry in the Wu catalog.