April 16th, 2015  – Clutch, the influential heavy rock band from Maryland, have begun releasing commentary clips from singer Neil Fallon on it’s official Facebook page. “This is the first in a series of clips we will be making public over the next couple of weeks and months” states Fallon.  “In these clips I speak about Clutch songs, both older and younger, and explain my thinking behind the lyrics. The loose theme under which the tracks were picked is myth and mythology. Stay tuned to Clutch’s Facebook page for more of these. As yesterday marks the 150th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln’s death, it seems only appropriate to begin this series with our song, ‘Abraham Lincoln’.”
Clutch will be releasing From Beale Street To Oblivion on vinyl for the first time ever for Record Store Day. This is a limited colored vinyl double LP in a gatefold jacket. The album features Clutch’s best known single “Electric Worry”.
LP 1
Side A
Track 1                  You Can’t Stop Progress 
Track 2                  Power Player  
Track 3                  The Devil & Me 
Track 4                  Rapture Of Riddley Walker  
Track 5                  Child Of The City 
Track 6                  Electric Worry 
Track 7                  One Eye Dollar  
Side B
Track 8                  White’s Ferry
Track 9                  When Vegans Attack   
Track 10                Opossum Minister  
Track 11                Black Umbrella  
Track 12                Mr. Shiny Cadillackness 
LP 2
Side C
Track 1                  Politician (Live at the BBC)   
Track 2                  Electric Worry (Live at the BBC)  
Track 3                  One Eye Dollar (Live at the BBC) 
Track 4                  Mr. Shiny Cadillackness (Live at the BBC)
Track 5                  Cypress Grove (Live at the BBC)  
Side D
Track 6                  The Devil & Me (Live in Australia)
Track 7                  Child of the City (Live in Australia) 
Track 8                  You Gonna Wreck My Life (Live in Australia)
Track 9                  White’s Ferry (Live In Australia)
Clutch have been pushing the boundaries that define heavy rock music since the four original members got together in high school. Clutch is an unmatched musical force that has been best described as “the quintessential American Rock Band”. They released their tenth and latest studio album Earth Rocker via their own label Weathermaker Music on March 16, 2013. The album entered the Billboard Top 200 chart at #15 giving the band their highest chart position to date. 
Clutch’s Earth Rocker reached #1 on the Rock Chart and #4 on iTunes‘ overall Top 100 album chart. Earth Rocker was awarded “Album of The Year” by Metal Hammer and garnered a Top 10 spot on Rolling Stone’s “Top 20 Metal Albums of the Year”. Rolling Stone further enthused:  “Four Maryland lifers — road dogs who’ve been grinding since the early Fugazi administration, cranking out  seething admixtures of jam-band chops, careening blues-punk riffs and singer Neil Fallon‘s nerdy, piss-taking wiseass lyrics — release their hardest rocking set to date. Look for a go-go break (and some clever punning on the phrase “drop the bomb!) on ‘D.C. Sound Attack!’ Inspirational verse: “if you’re gonna do it/ do it live on stage/ or don’t do it at all.”
Clutch is currently working on their follow up to Earth Rocker which will be released in 2015.  
The band is currently co-headling THE MISSING LINK TOUR with Mastodon. Tour dates are as follows:

*Mastodon Closes The Evening.  **Clutch Closes The Evening

Apr 16 *St. Paul, MN         Myth
Apr 17 * Winnipeg, MB The Burton Cummings Theatre
Apr 18 *Saskatoon, SK O’Brian’s Events Center (SOLD OUT)
Apr 19 * Edmonton, AB Expo Centre
Apr 21 * Calgary, AB        MacEwan Hall
Apr 23 * Vancouver, BC Commodore Ballroom (SOLD OUT)
Apr 24 **Vancouver, BC Commodore Ballroom (SOLD OUT)
Apr 25 *Portland, OR          Roseland (SOLD OUT)
Apr 26 *Seattle, WA Showbox SODO (SOLD OUT)
Apr 28 *Oakland, CA         Fox Theater
Apr 29 *Los Angeles, CA Palladium
Apr 30 *Tempe, AZ Marquee Theater
May 01 *Las Vegas, NV House of Blues
May 02 *Salt Lake City, UT The Complex
May 03 *Denver, CO  Red Rock’s Amphitheatre         
May 05 *San Antonio, TX  Kapone’s Ballroom
May 06 *Oklahoma City, OK Diamond Ballroom
May 08 *Atlanta, GA Shaky Knees Festival
May 09 *Raleigh, NC Lincoln Theatre Street Stage
May 10 **Pittsburgh, PA Stage AE
May 12 *Clive, IA (Des Moines) 7 Flags
May 13 *Milwaukee, WI Eagles Ballroom Club Stage
May 15 **Bethlehem, PA Sands Event Center
May 16 **Baltimore, MD Pier Six Pavilion
May 17 *Boston, MA House of Blues
May 19 *New York, NY Central Park Summer Stage
May 20 *Niagara Falls, NY Rapids Theatre
May 21 *London, ON London Music Hall (SOLD OUT)
May 23 **Sterling Heights, MI Freedom Hall
May 24 **Columbus, OH LC Pavilion
Neil Fallon – Vocals/Guitar
Tim Sult – Guitar
Dan Maines – Bass
Jean-Paul Gaster – Drums/Percussion


For more  information, check out the band’s website:






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