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Ba ba ba break it down

Another photo from the secret Earth Rocker rager in Belleville, NJ. More to come.

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“Let a Poor Man Be” Live

“Let a Poor Man Be” Live from the 9:30 Club in Washington DC.  December 29, 2009.  Except from the Live at the 9:30 DVD. There should be alot more views on this video.

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The band is kicking, and I see lots of beers


Clutch played a secret party at the Machine Shop in Belleville, NJ to celebrate the recording of their new record, Earth Rocker, to be released in March 2013. Stay tuned for more from that party.

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Fallonism

"'Hey' is the duct tape of rock-n-roll."

Neil Fallon
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Dan and Machine Work On the Right Noise

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The Approach

Dan Maines gives a one sentence explanation to the approach behind Earth Rocker. It kinda sounds like the same approach to all Clutch records.

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Jean-Paul With Agressive Finesse

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It Just Sounds Cool

Neil gives an explanation for choosing Earth Rocker for the next record. “It just sounds cool.”

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CLUTCH Announce Earth Rocker as New Album Title

Frontman Neil Fallon commented on the the recording process for Earth Rocker and how it differs from other CLUTCH albums:

“Last minute overdubs are fun.  Harmonicas, tambourines (yes, we use those), claps, the odd backing vocal.  Recording can be monotonous, so those unintended moments can be a lot of fun. It’s kind of like kindergarten music class, but with beer.   And sometimes the spontaneity of a last ditch idea breathes a lot of life back into a song that we’ve been beating up for weeks on end. A looming deadline can be a great muse!”

He continues, “It has a lot in common with Blast Tyrant in that Machine’s production techniques are really unique.  It differs from Blast Tyrant and a lot of other CLUTCH records in that, overall, the songs are faster and concise.”  

When asked about how this record how it differs from other CLUTCH releases guitarist Tim Sult added, “As far as the composition of the songs go, this is the heaviest and fastest CLUTCH album to date. “

CLUTCH will also take to the road starting on Halloween for a quick run of dates including two stops in Flint, MI and two stops in Detroit, MI. MonstrO will open these shows with Lionize providing direct support.

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The Greys have no chance…

Tim at the Machine Shop tracking the rhythm guitar parts for Earth Rocker. Yellow Les Paul TV Model.