CLUTCH Interviewed On FOX NEWS EDGE (Video)
Maryland rockers CLUTCH were interviewed on this week's edition of Fox News Edge. You can now watch the segment below.
The expanded, two-disc-edition reissue of CLUTCH's "Robot Hive/Exodus" album came out on September 28 through Weathermaker Music. In addition to upgraded artwork and new "digi" packaging, this expanded edition features a bonus DVD which includes a classic 33-minute outdoor performance recorded on location at the Sounds of the Underground festival in July of 2005 in Sayreville, New Jersey. Also included is the Jeremy Hunt-directed "Burning Beard" video clip, which was the first-ever CLUTCH single to reach the "year-end" Top 10 most played on MTV's "Headbangers Ball". In total, the "Robot Hive/Exodus" reissue contains 23 songs and over 90 minutes of music.
CLUTCH is currently taking part in a nine week tour with BLACK LABEL SOCIETY and CHILDREN OF BODOM.
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