Clutch release ‘A Quick Death In Texas’ Official Video

Clutch has just released their new video for the song ‘A Quick Death In Texas, directed by David Brodsky / MyGoodEye (Papa RoachIn This Moment).

“Clutch approach rock & roll like Rocky Balboa; they eat lightning and crap thunder.” Rolling Stone Magazine

“Simply, these songs burst with energy and purpose, not to mention hooks, courtesy of a group who should rightfully be one of the world’s biggest bands.” Blunt

“Clutch’s war against the jive is unassailable” The Age

“Their new record Psychic Warfare is their best in years, picking up where Earth Rocker left off with an endless stockpile of riffs, hooks and fantastical tales.” Noisey

“The video for ‘Quick Death In Texas’ was a lot of fun to make” states front man Neil Fallon. “Dave Brodsky and his crew did a great job and considering that the whole shoot was done in a single day is astonishing. The cast at Wild West City are a great group of folks. In a world of monster corporate theme parks, Wild West City is a rare gem. I won’t lie, I had a blast playing cowboy for a day, even if it meant getting repeatedly killed, sometimes by desperados, sometimes by trusted bandmates. Originally, I was going to be drawn-and-quartered, but we didn’t have the budget for four horses. So we opted for a traditional one-horse-dragging. And Lucky, the painted roan, did a fine job of delivering justice.”

Clutch continues their Psychic Warfare World Tour 2016. The band will be playing festivals and headlining shows throughout Europe and the UK this month before returning to the US to headline tour dates in September and October with Zakk Sabbath and Los Angeles based metal band Kyng.

Psychic Warfare is the latest and eleventh studio effort from Clutch. The disc debuted at No. 11 on the Billboard 200, No. 2 on the Billboard Independent, No. 1 on the Billboard Hard Rock and Billboard Rock charts. On Record Store Day this past April 16th Clutch released a limited edition numbered etched vinyl 12 inch that included two previously unreleased tracks from the Psychic Warfare sessions: “Mad Sidewinder” and “Outland Special Clearance”. Psychic Warfare was produced by longtime producer Machine (Lamb Of God, Every Time I Die).

** all details from official press release**

Read our Clutch – Psychic Warfare Album Review
Listen to our Clutch interview with guitarist, Tim Sult

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