Clutch to enter studio to begin recording new album


Clutch‘s  From Beale Street to Oblivion was easily my favorite rock ‘n roll album of the year when it was released in 2007, but unfortunately the album never got the push from the rest of the music world that it rightly deserved. Even though the guys in Clutch are busy with a million different things (including their own bastard off-shoot jam/rockabilliy band The Bakerton Group), it doesn’t look like I’ll have to wait much longer to hear more of their awesome boogie rock:

“Management at Weathermaker Music has announced that Clutch will enter Magpie Cage recording studios in Baltimore with producer J. Robbins on March 20th, to work on their first studio record in over 2 years. The yet to be titled release is set for a June 30th worldwide release through Weathermaker. Robbins produced both The Bakerton Group’s El Rojo and Clutch’s critically acclaimed 2005 release Robot Hive/Exodus and we are very excited to be working with him on yet another Clutch release.”

Stay tuned for more on this one!

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3 Responses to “Clutch to enter studio to begin recording new album”

  1. White’s Ferry still kills me – that song is awesome

  2. Fucking right, I was actually just talking about Clutch coming out with a new album the other day with my boss. This is definitely great news.

  3. ever since they added the hammond organ, they’ve kicked their groove up a couple of notches..

    I’ll never forget how clueless everyone was when Clutch started playing at SOTU in 2005. Half the crowd left the floor at the Target Center and me and hiz and about 50 other stoners had the whole floor open to smoke and dance to clutch in their recently upgraded lineup..

    This is a band that everybody could (and should) love; perfect listening for drinking beers in the summer on your front porch.

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