CLUTCH Get Cookin’ With ‘Hot Bottom Feeder’ Video; Offer Ltd. Collector’s Bundles For Upcoming Album


(By Pat ‘Riot’ Whitaker, Senior Writer/Journalist, RiffRelevant.com)

Those baddest of Earth Rockers from the State of Maryland, CLUTCH, have premiered their latest official video for “Hot Bottom Feeder“.

The primarily lyric-based video finds the guys practicing strong deeds and gentle words in the song from their upcoming “Book Of Bad Decisions” album release. The clip details singer Neil Fallon‘s kitchen skills with his culinary technique for preparing that delectable, compressed crustacean dish that Maryland is so well known for, crab cakes.

Check out the “Hot Bottom Feeder” video below and while we’re here, we have some news concerning the band’s imminent album offering. ‘Book Of Bad Decisions’ will arrive via the band’s own Weathermaker Music on September 7th, accompanied by a North American tour with Sevendust and Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown [Dates].

Before all of that happens, CLUTCH will once again host their second annual Earth Rocker Festival at Shiley Acres in Inwood, WV on August 4th [Info]. See some photos from Earth Rocker Fest 2017 [HERE].

CLUTCH are now offering a variety of exclusive “Book Of Bad Decisions” pre-order bundles, such as the “Limited Edition Collectors Bundle”, which includes rare picture disc vinyl, flask, flag, shirt, long sleeve, and even a hatchet with autographed box, plus more!

Bundles will be delivered on or before the album release date of September 7th; pre-order for them and other items is active now at THIS LOCATION.

Also, CLUTCH‘s 1997 EP, “Impetus“, will receive a new vinyl LP release through Earache Records on September 7th. It is available for pre-order now HERE.

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Formerly known as Dragon so you probably already know my deal. METAL & ROCK! Nearly 40 years involved in it, every style, genre & sub genre you can imagine. I'm as real as it gets... come put me to the test.
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