CLUTCH: 'Live At The 9:30' Details Revealed

Maryland rockers CLUTCH will release a new two-DVD set, "Live At The 9:30", on May 11 through their own Weathermaker Music label. The first disc features a high-definition, seven-camera shoot of the band's December 28, 2009 concert at the 9:30 club in Washington, D.C. — including a performance of the group's entire 1995 self-titled CD — helmed by director/producer Agent Ogden. The second disc will contain a documentary-style feature dubbed "Fortune Tellers Make A Killing Nowadays" clocking in at 110 minutes and spanning CLUTCH's entire career. Included will be footage of the band's second-ever show in October 1991 as well as appearances by members of SYSTEM OF A DOWN, CKY, THE COMPANY BAND and FU MANCHU, among others. There will also be a rare 1992 performance of the track "Wicker" at the 9:30 club and live renditions of the tracks "Eight Times Over Miss October", "Immortal", "Burning Beard", "Abraham Lincoln" and more.

The track listing for the first DVD is as follows:

01. Intro
02. 50,000 Unstoppable Watts
03. Struck Down
04. Minotaur
05. Let A Poor Man Be
06. Big News 1
07. Big News 2
08. Rock & Roll Outlaw
09. Texan Book Of The Dead
10. Escape From The Prison Planet
11. Spacegrass
12. (I Have the Body of) John Wilkes Booth
13. Tight Like That
14. Animal Farm
15. Droid
16. House That Peterbilt
17. 7 Jam
18. Tim Sult vs. The Greys
19. Regulator
20. Gravel Road

"Strange Cousins From the West", the ninth studio album from CLUTCH, sold 13,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 38 on The Billboard 200 chart.

"Strange Cousins From the West" was made available both digitally and through retail on July 14, 2009. Produced by CLUTCH and J. Robbins at Magpie Cage Studios in Baltimore, the effort is the first CLUTCH studio LP to be released on the band's own Weathermaker Music, through RED Distribution.

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