CLUTCH's track "Immortal" is featured on the new Eidos Interactive game "Hitman Contracts" for PlayStation 2, X-Box and PC. In addition, the group's song "The Mob Goes Wild" will be featured in the upcoming Eidos release "Backyard Wrestling 2: There Goes the Neighborhood".In other news, CLUTCH frontman Neil Fallon was recently interviewed by IGN.com, the largest gaming site on the Internet. Read the interview at this location. CLUTCH's new album, "Blast Tyrant", was released late March through DRT Entertainment. A video for the track "The Mob Goes Wild" has been posted online at this location. The clip was directed by Bam Margera (CKY, "Viva La Bam", "Jackass") in West Chester, Pennsylvania, and features appearances from Ryan Dunn, Brandon Dicamillo, and Don Vito from CKY/"Jackass"/"Viva La Bam".
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