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CLUTCH’s JEAN-PAUL GASTER Talks Drumming In New Audio Interview

via Blabbermouth

Undercover Steve of “My Show With Undercover Steve” recently conducted an interview with drummer Jean-Paul Gaster of Maryland rockers CLUTCH. You can now listen to the program using the audio player below.

CLUTCH‘s “Blast Tyrant” double vinyl package was made available on November 29, 2011 via Weathermaker Music.

American beer masters New Belgium brewing company last summer teamed up with CLUTCH to brew, bottle and distribute the brand new CLUTCH beer. The 9% alcohol by volume dark sour ale joins New Belgium‘s Lips Of Faith Series, adding to a beer family which already includes the highly popular Fat Tire Ale, which is now sold in over 32 of the 48 continental United States. The beer is available in 22 oz. bottles and a limited amount of kegs.

CLUTCH‘s ninth studio album, “Strange Cousins From the West”, 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.

The band’s previous studio CD, “From Beale Street To Oblivion”, opened with around 15,000 units back in April 2007 to land at No. 52.

CLUTCH‘s 2005 effort, “Robot Hive / Exodus”, entered the chart at No. 93 after premiering with 13,000 copies.

“Strange Cousins From the West” was made available in July 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.

Interview with JP Gaster. Click Here.

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