Clutch release video for ‘A Quick Death In Texas’

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Clutch have released a video for their track “A Quick Death In Texas.”

The song features on the band’s most recent album, Psychic Warfare, released last year via the band’s own Weathermaker Music label.

Whilst on tour with Lamb Of God and Corrosion Of Conformity in the US, Clutch frontman Neil Fallon recently told New Noise that the band don’t want to play it safe with their sound: “There are artists who see success with a song then try different versions of that song for the rest of their career – and that sounds very depressing. I would rather take a risk and fail at it.”

Check out the video for “A Quick Death In Texas” below.

Clutch will hit the road later this month for a European tour. Confirmed dates are as follows.

Aug 05th: Katowice Off Festival, Poland
Aug 06th: Rendsburg Wacken Open Air, Germany
Aug 07th: Bremen Modernes, Germany
Aug 09th: Malmo KB, Sweden
Aug 10th: Helsinki Circus, Finland
Aug 12th: Saarbrucken Rocco Del Schlacko Festival, Germany
Aug 13th: Rothenburg Taubertal Festival, Germany
Aug 14th: Eschwege Open Flair Festival, Germany
Aug 16th: Bochum Zeche, Germany
Aug 17th: Luxembourg Den Atelier, Luxembourg
Aug 18th: Hasselt Pukkelpop Festival, Belgium
Aug 19th: Gampel Festival, Switzerland
Aug 21st: Zagreb Tvorica Kulture, Croatia
Aug 22nd: Wiesen And There Come The Wolves Festival, Austria
Aug 24th: Athens Gazi Music Hall, Greece
Aug 26th: Paris Rock En Seine Festival, France
Nov 30th: Amsterdam Melweg, Netherlands
Dec 02nd: Munster Skaters Palace, Germany
Dec 03rd: Munich Theaterfabrik, Germany
Dec 04th: Stuttgart LKA Longhorn, Germany
Dec 06th: Pratteln Z7, Switzerland

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