CLUTCH Drummer Interviewed By METAL ASSAULT (Audio)

March 12, 2011

On March 11, Aniruddh "Andrew" Bansal of Metal Assault conducted an interview with drummer Jean-Paul Gaster of Maryland rockers CLUTCH at Club Nokia in Los Angeles, California. You can now listen to the chat using the audio player below.

A brand new CLUTCH recording called "Box Car Shorty's Confession" from the veteran rock band's forthcoming "Basket of Eggs" studio project can be streamed at Featuring 10 newly finished electric and acoustic songs, "Basket of Eggs" will ONLY be available to those who purchase CLUTCH's $15.98 fan-friendly-priced deluxe 25-song, double-disc edition of "Blast Tyrant", which drops at retail and digital outlets for public purchase on April 26 via Weathermaker Music.

"Blast Tyrant" double-disc edition track listing:

Disc One:

01. Mercury
02. Profits of Doom
03. The Mob Goes Wild
04. Cypress Grove
05. Promoter (Of Earthbound Causes)
06. The Regulator
07. Worm Drink
08. Army of Bono
09. Spleen Merchant
10. (In The Wake Of) The Swollen Goat
11. Weather Maker
12. Subtle Hustle
13. Ghost
14. La Curandera

CD#2 "Basket Of Eggs" bonus CD

01. Boxcar Shorty's Confession
02. The Regulator (acoustic)
03. Basket of Eggs (acoustic)
04. Tight Like That (acoustic)
05. Drink to the Dead (acoustic)
06. Cattle Car
07. Walpole Man
08. Promoter
09. La Curandera
10. Steve Doocy

CLUTCH is currently touring North America with MOTÖRHEAD and VALIENT THORR.

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