CLUTCH to release “Blast Tyrant” on 181 gram double vinyl November 29th

Like a 19th century steamrollin’ freight train with an endless supply of fossil fuel, CLUTCH have become one of America’s most durable rock & roll bands. Once again, the tight knit groups from Maryland are currently touring through the vast European regions of Germany, Italy, Spain, Holland, Norway, France, Sweden, and Switzerland. And once again they will wrap up 2011 with an east coast headlining American tour. It’s befitting that in the middle of all this, on November 29th, Weathermaker Music will release CLUTCH’s epic 2004 studio effort, “Blast Tyrant” on 181 gram double vinyl. This is of course, the heaviest, most durable slab of rock that can ever be pressed with music! Complete with all 15 original recordings plus a vinyl only bonus track, the packaging also features SIX mini posters straight from Blast Tyrant’s Atlas of the Invisible World!

The best news is that you don’t have to wait until 11/29 to reserve your copy! Weathermaker Music and have once again joined forces and announced details on the special “Winter Tyrant” pre-order package!

For 7 days only, beginning on Friday November 4th at 3pm (est), you can reserve the double vinyl package in all it’s heaviosity, along with a classic 24″ clear vinyl CLUTCH logo peel off, and a fitted winter CLUTCH “Winter Tyrant” style embroidered beanie style cap (both male & female available). Gloriously priced at well under $40, you can only reserve this at

12/27 – Boston, MA @ House of Blues
12/28 – Portland, ME @ The State Theater
12/29 – Syracuse, NY @ Westcott Theater
12/30 – Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom
12/31 – Philadelphia, PA @ Trocadero

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