Clutch A Weathermaker's Dozen

Clutch A Weathermaker's Dozen
Maryland groove rockers Clutch have recently been busy with a series of reissues. They've already released double-disc packages for 2005's Robot Hive/Exodus and 2007's From Beale Street to Oblivion. Now comes the highly anticipated deluxe reissue of 2004's Blast Tyrant and to celebrate, Clutch's Weathermaker Music has presented an exclusive promo disc. Dubbed A Weathermaker's Dozen, the disc features 13 songs comprised of studio tracks, new recordings and live material from all three reissues. Classic Clutch tunes like "The Mob Goes Wild," "10001110101" and "Electric Worry," from Blast Tyrant, Robot Hive/Exodus and From Beale Street to Oblivion, respectively, are included. One of the brand new recordings featured is the Jam Room-esque, blues-inspired "Box Car Shorty's Confession," which is also included on the Blast Tyrant reissue's bonus CD, Basket of Eggs. Also from Basket of Eggs, an acoustic version of Clutch's insanely catchy "Tight Like That" makes an appearance and is an even more down-tempo, groove-laden rendition, providing one of the many highlights on A Weathermaker's Dozen. (Weathermaker)