Clutch Live At The Googolplex (Picture disc) Live At The Googolplex is the first in a series of three Clutch picture disc releases in 2017. Recorded in Chicago, IL (tracks 1-4, 12 & 13); Montreal, Quebec (tracks 5, 6, 10 & 11); Kansas City, KS (tracks 7-9) and Columbus, OH (tracks 14 & 15) on the tour dates of February 19 & 21, March 1 & 2 in 2002 on the System Of A Down US tour. WEATHERMAKER MUSIC LP
Clutch Slow Hole to China: Rare and Re-Released Expected 2nd December The album was originally released in 2003 and contains a variety of previously unreleased recordings from Clutch. CD Pre-Order
Clutch La Curandera Expected 7th October A compilation of eight songs from heavy rockers Clutch that themedaround strong women and was originally released in the US only on in 2015 to support a Breast Cancer Awareness campaign. Weathermaker LP Pre-Order
Clutch Clutch LP on 180g silver coloured vinyl. The American rock band Clutch released their second riff-laden self-titled album in 1995. This stoner rock album shows the signature vocal style of Neil Fallon, catchy drumming and groovy guitar playing. By adding a little funk to the sound they created an instant classic like “Spacegrass”. The Zeppelin/Sabbath-esque riffs can be heard throughout the album, like in both parts of “Big News”. Almost every track on the record has some memorable riffing and songs like “Droid” and “7 Jam” get stuck in your head immediately. If you’re into the great 90’s rock classics you can’t miss on this one. From their early days Clutch created some impressive rocking records. Neil Fallon’s vocal work together with the everlasting guitar riffs has always been one of the signatures of the band. Clutch is available as a limited edition of 2000 individually numbered copies on silver coloured vinyl. Music On Vinyl LP
Clutch In Walks Barbarella / Hot Bottom Feeder 7" on picture disc vinyl, exclusive to indie retailers. This is a very limited 7" picture disc of the brand new Clutch track 'In Walks Barbarella' (Side A) and 'Hot Bottom Feeder' (Side B). The artwork on both sides of the 7" is derived from Pennsylvania Dutch hex motifs. A Clutch collector’s item if there ever was one. Super limited. Weathermaker Music 7"
Clutch Impetus A 12" vinyl reissue of the 1997 EP from the iconic alt-rock band Clutch. Having achieved commercial success and plenty of critical acclaim, it may come as a surprise to some people to know that American rock band Clutch had a release on Earache way back in their early days, before the release of their first album. Now with their 12th album coming up later this year, Earache have brought back these early recordings on vinyl for the first time in over 25 years. 5 tracks, including all three from the band's second ever single Passive Restraints which remains a key part of their set list to this day, as well as the track Pile Driver, previously only available on the extremely rare 12" edition of Clutch's first ever single way back in 1991. Earache 12"
Clutch Full Fathom Five First time on vinyl for the first first ever release on Clutch's own label Weathermaker Weathermaker LP
Clutch How To Shake Hands / Gimme The Keys A 7" single from Clutch, taking 2 tracks from their twlefth full length album Book Of Bad Decisions. “With Vance Powell as producer we were able to make a very different kind of an album. The songs feel as if they could jump out of the speakers!” says drummer Jean-Paul Gaster. Bassist Dan Maines seconds that when he says “Recording in Nashville with Vance Powell gave us a new and fresh approach towards making an album that truly captures the live energy of Clutch in a way I don’t think we’ve done before.” Guitarist Tim Sult adds “Laying down guitar tracks with Vance was fun and inspiring. Going through and trying out his and his engineer, Mike Fahey’s collection of vintage amps was one of my favorite recording studio experiences. I think the outro solo of “Emily Dickinson” turned out particularly great.” WEATHERMAKERS 7"