Clutch ‘50,000 Unstoppable Watts’ Video

Clutch are out with the video to their new single ‘50,000 Unstoppable Watts’, off the Germantown, Maryland rock group’s ninth studio album ‘Strange Cousins from the West’, out now on Weathermaker Music. Watch the Jeremy Hunt directed video via YouTube below.

Clutch’s Neil Fallon Talks With Beat Magazine

Neil Fallon, lead singer of Clutch, spoke with Beat magazine about coming to Australia after fans had been waiting 15 years to see the band live. “I was kinda floored, to be honest with you,” Neil said of their trip down under. “I mean I was expecting there to be some people but not quite the numbers and enthusiasm that we found. By the time we came home we were already talking about everybody’s desire to return. Even though we’d never been there before, it felt very familiar to us. The rock and roll crowd is very much like the one here, and it was just a blast to be in another country for the first time and have people singing your songs.”

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Clutch Frontman Doesn’t Fake Angry

Clutch frontman Neil Fallon spoke with Time Off magazine about the band’s fictionalized lyrics. “To be honest, I’m very blessed,” Fallon explained. “I don’t have a lot of angst, so I can’t have a real angst-ridden song. I’m really not that angry, but I think I faked it a little bit at the beginning, which I wish I hadn’t have.” Though fictitious lyrically, it isn’t performed without emotion. “You have to be emotional to make music,” Fallon said. “And even though it’s fictional, I look for more tangible things. Memories, or love, loss, those are all important things that will always be in music; but I’d rather talk about spaceships. Writing an elaborate lie; that’s great fun.” The article at has since been removed.

Clutch ‘Burning Beard’ Video

Clutch are out with the video to their new single ‘Burning Beard’, from the album ‘Robot Hive/Exodus’. Watch it online below.

Guzman Profiles No Nonsense Metal Band Clutch

Isaac Guzman of the New York Daily News profiled Clutch ahead of their performance Saturday at Irving Plaza with Biohazard saying of the group, "Fans love Clutch because of the group's no-nonsense approach to rock. At a time when just about every chart-topping metal band features a turntablist and a frontman who raps, none of the members wear baggy pants or try to swagger like blinging emcees. And they've been insistent about keeping music, not image, at the center of the group's identity." The full article at has since been removed or relocated.