CLUTCH have been confirmed as the support band for MOTÖRHEAD in the U.K. this fall. The dates are as follows:
Nov. 02 - City Hall - Newcastle, England
Nov. 04 - Carling Academy - Glasgow, Scotland
Nov. 05 - Apollo - Manchester, England
Nov. 07 - St. Geroge's - Bradford, England
Nov. 08 - City Hall - Sheffield, England
Nov. 09 - Academy - Birmingham, England
Nov. 11 - University Students Union - Cardiff, England
Nov. 12 - New Theatre - Oxford, England
Nov. 13 - De Montfort Hall - Leicester, England
Nov. 15 - UEA - Norwich, England
Nov. 16 - Corn Exchange - Cambridge, England
Nov. 17 - Regent Theatre - Ipswitch, England
Nov. 19 - Rock City - Nottingham, England
Nov. 20 - Colston Hall - Bristol, England
Nov. 21 - Pavillion - Plymouth, England
Nov. 23 - Guildhall - Portsmouth, England
Nov. 24 - Leas Cliff Hall - Folkestone, England
Nov. 25 - Brixton Academy - London, England
CLUTCH are continuing to tour in support of their latest album, "Robot Hive/Exodus", available now on DRT Entertainment. The follow-up to the acclaimed "Blast Tyrant", was produced by J. Robbins (JAWBOX, THE DISMEMBERMENT PLAN) at Bearsville Studios in Woodstock, NY, and was mixed at Water Music in Hoboken, NJ.
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