Clutch Plays At The Signal April 27

Saturday, March 17, 2018

Clutch will have a headline show on April 27 at The Signal.  Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the show begins at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $29-$33 and available here

Review for Clutch: 

Maryland rockers Clutch have been pushing the boundaries of heavy rock music since the four original members got together in high school.  Having been tagged hard rock, blues rock, southern stoner rock and alternative metal by media and fans across the world it is safe to say one thing … “what you see is what you get” and what you get is a musical force that has been best described as the quintessential American rock band.  

Clutch quickly became known for their relentless touring schedules, playing shows from whiskey stained two door venues in the hills of West Virginia to the iconic Brixton Academy in the UK.  Whatever the venue, and wherever rock fans congregate Clutch has played there.  The band has shared stages with Lamb Of God to Iron Maiden, Primus to Thin Lizzy, Mastodon to Motörhead.  

What has come of it is a cult-like international fan base, not to mention praise from all corners of the music world.  “Psychic Warfare”, Clutch’s latest studio album, released via their own label Weathermaker Music, debuted #1 on the Billboard Hard Rock chart and #1 on the Billboard Rock Chart. 

Clutch has just wrapped up the tracking of their new album with producer Vance Powell at Sputnik Sound in Nashville.  The new record will come out later in 2018. 

Clutch is Neil Fallon - Vocals/Guitars, Jean-Paul Gaster - Drums, Dan Maines - Bass, and Tim Sult - Guitar. 

 



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