CLUTCH: 'Pitchfork & Lost Needles' Collection Due In July

A CLUTCH collection of rarities and new recordings, entitled "Pitchfork & Lost Needles", is scheduled for release on July 12 via Megaforce Records.

"Pitchfork & Lost Needles" combines CLUTCH's first 7" EP, the four-song "Pitchfork", and also includes some of the heaviest tracks from the early days, including the unreleased "Nero's Fiddle". Plus, for added bonus are two new unreleased songs recorded March 2005 called "What Would A Wookie Do?" and "Bottom's Up, Socrates".

"Pitchfork & Lost Needles" track listing:

01. Wicker
02. Arcadia
03. Juggernaut
04. Far Country
05. Nero's Fiddle (Previously Unreleased)
06. Passive Restraints (Previously Unreleased Demo Version)
07. Bacchanal (Previously Unreleased Demo Version)
08. Milk Of Human Kindness (Previously Unreleased Demo Version)
09. What Would A Wookie Do? (New Track)
10. Bottoms Up, Socrates (New Track)

A full-length MP3 of the song "Wicker" is available for download at this location.


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