CLUTCH: New Songtitles Revealed

DRT recording artists CLUTCH are smack dab in the middle of recording a brand new record at Sound Studios in Los Angeles. Joe Baresi (QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE, TOOL, MELVINS) is at the helm for this as-yet-untitled opus. It will be the band's third album for DRT Entertainment, following the acclaimed releases "Blast Tyrant" and "Robot Hive/Exodus". Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Drones & Clones", "Powerplayer", "Black Umbrella", "Ditchdigger's Delight", "Electric Worry", "Master Cadillac" and "Damn Good". The band has also re-recorded the classic track "One Eyed Dollar" from the "Jam Room" CD for possible inclusion on the new album.

On November 1, CLUTCH will embark on a massive 22-date U.K./Denmark tour with none other MOTÖRHEAD. An e-card for the tour has been made available at this location. The band will then hit the States for a short seven-show East Coast run at the end of the year. A full-fledged 30-plus-date U.S. tour is being scheduled for early 2007 with a tentative worldwide album release date of March 4.


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