CLUTCH Sell 13,000 Copies Of 'Robot Hive' in First Week Of Release

CLUTCH sold 12,611 copies of their latest album, "Robot Hive / Exodus", to debut at No. 93 on next week's The Billboard 200 chart.

"Robot Hive / Exodus" is the follow-up to the acclaimed "Blast Tyrant", which registered a first-week tally of 8,345 back in April 2004 and has gone on to sell 59,963 copies to date, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

"Robot Hive / Exodus" (DRT Entertainment) was produced by J. Robbins (JAWBOX, THE DISMEMBERMENT PLAN) at Bearsville Studios in Woodstock, NY, and was mixed at Water Music in Hoboken, NJ.

CLUTCH are supporting "Robot Hive / Exodus" with an appearance at the Sounds of the Underground tour, which they are co-headlining along with LAMB OF GOD. The tour kicked off June 25 in Lowell, MA, and will cross the entire country through the first week of August.


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