Rap group Wu-Tang Clan may never record together again if their members fail to resolve their personal differences, according to bandmember Ghostface Killah. The nine group members have all experienced solo success, most notably Method Man, RZA, the late OL' DIRTY BASTARD and Killah. However, the group have not recorded together since 2001's IRON FLAG, and suffered a setback when founding member ODB died of an accidental drug overdose in November 2004. Referring to the group dynamic, Killah says, "Certain members is comfortable, and certain members is not comfortable. "If we can really come together and put aside all the differences that we had, then we could make a Wu-Tang album. "We gotta square up a lot."