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  CLUTCH REVEAL UK HEADLINE DATES AND TEASE NEW ALBUM RELEASE
26th February 2018



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Maryland rockers Clutch - Neil Fallon (vocals/guitar), Tim Sult (guitar), Dan Maines (bass) and Jean-Paul Gaster (drums/percussion) - have revealed they'll return to the UK this December, following the release of their forthcoming new studio album.

Neil Fallon tells us:

"We wrapped up recording the latest record a couple of weeks ago in Nashville with Vance Powell. We are really, really pleased with it. No title yet... still trying to figure that out. It's kinda like naming a kid.

"We've known about this UK tour for some time now and it's nice to finally let the cat out of the bag. If all goes as planned the album will have been out a few months by the time we return to the UK and bust out the new jams. And have proper holiday roasts."

Get your festive groove on at:

Tuesday 18th December: Bristol, O2 Academy
Wednesday 19th December: Glasgow, O2 Academy
Thursday 20th December: Manchester, Academy
Friday 21st December: London, O2 Academy Brixton
Sat 22nd December: Birmingham, O2 Academy

Tickets are on sale now right here.

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Clutch's 'The Regulator' was the first outside, original song by a band to be featured in hit TV series 'The Walking Dead' (S2/mid season finale). Country music megastar Eric Church uses Clutch's 'Electric Worry' to open his live set.

"I want to tour with them just so our audience, if they've never seen them, can see them, and so I can see them every fucking night."
Corey Taylor, Stone Sour

"Clutch make me wanna get up in the morning!!"
Ricky Warwick, Black Star Riders

"Clutch are a sound and hearty bunch of fellows that everybody should pay attention to NOW."
Lemmy Kilmister, Motörhead

"Clutch is infectious... the kind of band that gets your head moving and your feet tapping uncontrollably!"
Rob Caggiano, Volbeat







 


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