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Clutch release A Quick Death In Texas video

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Clutch have released a video for their track A Quick Death In Texas, taken from last year’s album Psychic Warfare.

The follow-up to 2013’s Earth Rocker was launched in October via their own Weathermaker Music label.

Frontman Neil Fallon recently said the band wanted to avoid playing it safe with their music, adding: “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.”

Clutch commence a European tour later this month.

Clutch European tour dates

Aug 05: Katowice Off Festival, Poland
Aug 06: Rendsburg Wacken Open Air, Germany
Aug 07: Bremen Modernes, Germany
Aug 09: Malmo KB, Sweden
Aug 10: Helsinki Circus, Finland
Aug 12: Saarbrucken Rocco Del Schlacko Festival, Germany
Aug 13: Rothenburg Taubertal Festival, Germany
Aug 14: Eschwege Open Flair Festival, Germany
Aug 16: Bochum Zeche, Germany
Aug 17: Luxembourg Den Atelier, Luxembourg
Aug 18: Hasselt Pukkelpop Festival, Belgium
Aug 19: Gampel Festival, Switzerland
Aug 21: Zagreb Tvorica Kulture, Croatia
Aug 22: Wiesen And There Come The Wolves Festival, Austria
Aug 24: Athens Gazi Music Hall, Greece
Aug 26: Paris Rock En Seine Festival, France
Aug 27: Reading Festival, UK
Aug 28: Leeds Festival, UK
Nov 30: Amsterdam Melweg, Netherlands
Dec 02: Munster Skaters Palace, Germany
Dec 03: Munich Theaterfabrik, Germany
Dec 04: Stuttgart LKA Longhorn, Germany
Dec 06: Pratteln Z7, Switzerland

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