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Best Metal Performances At SXSW

Posted by on March 20, 2013

6. Howl MetalSucks presents South By South Death at the Dirty Dog Prior to this performance I was only casually acquainted with the band’s fifth full length Full of Hell, which is quite solid. Since then, Vincent Hausman dropped the guitar to focus fully on vocals which seems to have been beneficial for the band. his performance […]

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Clutch Rock The Earth With Title Track From New Album

Posted by on January 8, 2013

Clutch gave their fans an early Christmas present via the Christmas Eve unveiling of “Earth Rocker” on their website. That version of the song, recorded live while the band was recording the album at The Machine Shop, showed a return to form of sorts for the band to Blast Tyrant, the last album recorded by producer […]

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Clutch Preview New Album With Video Teaser

Posted by on December 10, 2012

Earlier this year, Metal Insider went on a super-secret mission we couldn’t talk about at the time. At nearby studio The Machine Shop, Clutch was putting the finishing touches on their new album, Earth Rocker. The band and their label Weathermaker chartered a bus from New York to bring a handful of journalists, radio programmers […]

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Clutch Premiere New Material From ‘Earth Rocker’ At Studio Show

Posted by on October 25, 2012

With the exception of short “making the album” videos posted online, you don’t often get a chance to see bands recording new albums. Last week, Clutch gave a handful of media outlets, radio stations, and label peeps a chance to check out some songs from their forthcoming album Earth Rocker, which they’re currently wrapping up […]

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Clutch Are Ready to Rock The Earth

Posted by on October 17, 2012

Clutch have revealed that their latest album will bear the title Earth Rocker, which sounds exactly like the kind of title Clutch would use. For further explanation as to why the band chose such a name, please refer to the video above, but the short answer is that “it just sounds cool.” Vocalist Neil Fallon […]

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