CLUTCH: Limited-Edition Live CD From Melbourne Available

Hardcore blues rockers CLUTCH are currently in Australia for three exclusive engagements only. To mark this historical event, CLUTCH has teamed up with New Found Frequency and "Instant CD Series" to record their Melbourne HiFi show on December 13 and release an instant double CD on site, before heading off to Meredith Festival and Sydney Metro gigs. The live recording was made available for purchase instantly after the show which means fans could take home a piece of the action and a memory of the spontaneity, passion and energy of a live CLUTCH performance.

"Heard It All Before - Live at HiFi Bar" is a double CD that features over 140 minutes of live CLUTCH and side project BAKERTON GROUP, featuring artwork by artist Nick Lakiotes, and costs $30 AUD. If you weren't lucky enough to make it to the show, the "Live+Archived" CLUTCH CD ia available for post-event online sales. You can purchase a limited-edition copy of this CD at


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