Is Clutch an awesome assemblage of thunderous rockers, hellbent on rocking that ass? That’s like asking if box is the greatest thing to ever happen to man. Clutch, for nearly two decades, have been busting heads and taking names, releasing seminal LPs like 1993’s Transnational Speedway League and 1995’s self-titled LP (my personal favorite). If you don’t know Clutch, you don’t know jack balls.
Over the coming months, Clutch will be re-issuing three of their albums as expanded special editions. My buddy Nick is working on the album art. From Beale Street to Oblivion has been released digitally, and Robot Hive/Exodus hits September 28 with Blast Tyrant coming later this year.
Revolver is streaming one of the new tracks from the From Beale Street to Oblivion re-release: A cover of Cream’s “Politician.” It’s pretty insane, and typical Clutch. Check it out and let me know how psyched you are about this news: Apparently, the band have a six-track acoustic EP coming out this fall, too. Or at least that’s the rumor.
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