CLUTCH Announce First-Ever Tour Of Australia

CLUTCH will embark on their first-ever tour of Australia in March 2006. Confirmed dates are as follows:

Mar. 16 - Annandale Hotel - Annandale
Mar. 17 - Corner Hotel - Richmond
Mar. 18 – Overcranked Festival(RNA Showgrounds) – Brisbane

Also appearing at the Overcranked festival are KARNIVOOL, BLOODDUSTER, POD PEOPLE, ALCHEMIST, I KILLED THE PROM QUEEN, GRAND FATAL, FORT, MOTORMOTH and many more. For ticketing info, go to

Immediately following the Australian tour, CLUTCH will be headlining a USO tour of Pacific military installations (not open to public). More details to come in January.

CLUTCH are continuing to tour in support of their latest album, "Robot Hive/Exodus", available now on DRT Entertainment. The follow-up to the acclaimed "Blast Tyrant", was produced by J. Robbins (JAWBOX, THE DISMEMBERMENT PLAN) at Bearsville Studios in Woodstock, NY, and was mixed at Water Music in Hoboken, NJ.


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