CLUTCH Frontman Interviewed On 'The Alex Jones Show'; Audio Available

Vocalist Neil Fallon of Maryland rockers CLUTCH was interviewed on Friday's (November 20) edition of "The Alex Jones Show". The chat is now available for streaming using the audio player below. (Note: The Fallon interview begins around the nine-minute mark.)

"Strange Cousins From the West", the ninth studio album from CLUTCH, sold 13,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 38 on The Billboard 200 chart.

The band's previous studio CD, "From Beale Street To Oblivion", opened with around 15,000 units back in April 2007 to land at No. 52.

CLUTCH's 2005 effort, "Robot Hive / Exodus", entered the chart at No. 93 after premiering with 13,000 copies.

"Strange Cousins From the West" was made available both digitally and through retail on July 14. Produced by CLUTCH and J. Robbins at Magpie Cage Studios in Baltimore, the effort is the first CLUTCH studio LP to be released on the band's own Weathermaker Music, through RED Distribution.

"Strange Cousins From the West" includes the POPPO'S BLUES BAND cover song "Algo Ha Cambiado", which Neil Fallon sings in Spanish. Poppo was a legendary Argentinian hard rock singer/guitarist throughout the '70s and '80s.

The title "Strange Cousins From the West" was taken from a line in the song "Minotaur".

Although CLUTCH has toured the world extensively over the past two years and released multiple CLUTCH-related projects, "Strange Cousins..." is the band's first original studio work since 2007's "From Beale Street to Oblivion" which featured the hit "Electric Worry".

Gigz Giger of Rock Circus TV has uploaded quality video footage (see below) of CLUTCH's September 9, 2009 concert at Mr. Smalls Theater in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Neil Fallon interviewed on "The Alex Jones Show": (Note: The Fallon interview begins around the nine-minute mark.)


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