CLUTCH Film Video For 'The Mob Goes Wild'

On March 1, CLUTCH shot a video for their new single, "The Mob Goes Wild", in West Chester, Pennsylvania with Bam Margera ("Jackass", "Viva La Bam") directing the clip. Photos from the shoot can be seen at this location. The video is currently being edited and will be made available online in the coming weeks.

CLUTCH will release their new album, "Blast Tyrant", on March 30 through DRT Entertainment. Three tracks from the album ("The Mob Goes Wild", "Regulator", and "Subtle Hustle") can currently be listened to online here.

CLUTCH will be kicking off a month-long tour in support of the new album on March 25 in East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. The band will be appearing with THE BAKERTON GROUP on all the dates, with SUPERJOINT RITUAL set to join the bill for one show.


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