CLUTCH Frontman Interviewed By METAL ASSAULT (Video)

On November 19, Aniruddh "Andrew" Bansal of Metal Assault conducted an interview with Neil Fallon of Maryland rockers CLUTCH at the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles, California. You can now watch the chat below.

CLUTCHNeil Fallon, Tim Sult, Dan Maines and Jean-Paul Gaster — will say goodbye to 2010 the same way they began it 365 days prior, kickin' out the jams on the big stage. Asheville, North Carolina's The Orange Peel will be the site of the band's traditional American New Year's Eve performance.

In recent years, the four-piece act has LOUDLY rang in the New Year with epic performances in such great American cities as Detroit, Washington D.C., Baltimore, Atlantic City, Flint, and Grand Rapids.

Tickets are available exclusively to fan-club members, and will be open to the public this Friday. Next week, CLUTCH will announce a short December tour which will lead up to this special New Year's Eve date, as well as the support package which will accompany the band on the road.

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2010 has seen CLUTCH release a plethora of well received international audio, video and digital product via their new label Weathermaker Music, including notable double disc reissues of "From Beale Street to Oblivion" and "Robot Hive/Exodus". The expanded double-disc edition of "Blast Tyrant" will be released in January 2011, with further details to be announced next week. Weathermaker will also be issuing forth special vinyl editions of all three reissues, to be ready for turntables in the spring.


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