MUSIC NEWS: @CLUTCHofficial Release “Summer Sound Attack” 10-Song Compilation (Streaming/Download) Out On iTunes

Renowned American rock group CLUTCH have released SUMMER SOUND ATTACK--a 10-song compilation of their most popular songs for streaming and download on iTunes ( week via their label Weathermaker Music. SUMMER SOUND ATTACK includes "Electric Worry," "The Regulator," "50,000 Unstoppable Watts," "Earth Rocker" and many more key tracks from the seminal group.

Today, Wednesday, July 23, the Maryland-based CLUTCH--NEIL FALLON (vocals, rhythm guitar), TIM SULT (lead guitar), DAN MAINES (bass,) JEAN-PAUL GASTER (drums and percussion)--announced they'll headline their first-ever South American performance on August 3 as part of Converse Rubber Tracks Live in Brasil. Supporting acts for the São Paulo, Brasil show will include The Sword alongside local acts DLC and Magueriebes. "Clutch has never been to São Paulo and come to think of it, Clutch has never even been to South America," states CLUTCH frontman NEIL FALLON. "We're stoked to finally have the opportunity to play. Big ups to Rubber Tracks for inviting us. And knowing that we will be there with our good pals, The Sword, makes it that much better. It's gonna be a good night of rock and roll!"  Starting today (July 23rd), the only way to get into the free CLUTCH Converse Rubber Tracks Live Brasil show is to sign up now on:

Before heading south of the equator, CLUTCH have a handful of U.S. shows this week

Thursday, July 24, Syracuse, NY (Westcott Theater), Friday, July 25 Pittsburgh, PA (Stage AE), Saturday, July 26, Columbus, OH (The LC Pavilion-99.7 Blitz Smokeout Fest) and Sunday, July 27 Winston-Salem, NC (Ziggy's) before returning for a fall U.S. tour kicking off September 5th in Providence, RI.

"Electric Worry"
"The Regulator"
"The Mob Goes Wild"
"Earth Rocker"
"Gone Cold'
"50,000 Unstoppable Watts"
"D.C. Sound Attack!"
"Crucial Velocity"

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