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CLUTCH Confirms North American Shows With FLOGGING MOLLY

Clutch CLUTCH have confirmed two new North American dates for July. On both of these dates CLUTCH will be providing direct support to Irish Punk Rockers Flogging Molly.

The shows are:
7/28 Cleveland, OH @ Jacob's Pavilion at Nautica
7/29 Columbus, OH @ LC Pavilion

CLUTCH will be kicking off their 9 date headlining tour beginning May 20th in Reading, PA to promote their forthcoming "BASKET OF EGGS" project, as well as serving as an extended warm up run for their large scale European Festival tour in June. The 10 day south-eastern US run (dates below) will feature Maylene & the Sons of Disaster as main support. CLUTCH will keep the average ticket price for these shows to a fan friendly $17.50.

5/20 Reading, PA @ Reverb
5/21 Norfolk, VA @ The Norva
5/23 Charleston, SC @ Music Farm
5/24 St. Petersburg, FL @ State Theatre
5/25 Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Culture Room
5/26 Jacksonville, FL @ Free Bird Live
5/27 Raleigh, NC @ Lincoln Theatre
5/28 Greenville, SC @ The Handlebar
5/29 Huntington, WV @ V Club

Weathermaker Music has added even more bonus value to CLUTCH'S new deluxe "Blast Tyrant" 2CD set, in the form of a collector's edition vinyl "Worm Drink" bumper sticker. The item was designed in the likeness of the "Worm Drink" character image that appears within "Blast Tyrant's" "Atlas of the Invisible World", which is also available inside the deluxe packaging. The collector sticker is the first in a series of "Blast Tyrant" images, and will be available in every retail copy of this reissue's first pressing. The fan friendly retail price of the double disc set, which also features CLUTCH'S "Basket of Eggs" bonus CD, will remain $15.98. The onsale/retail date for this package is May 10th, but fans can now pre-order "Blast Tyrant" at the band's online store.

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    April 15, 2011

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