Wednesday, July 12, 2023

Clutch expand PA Tapes live series with 2022 Seattle concert

Clutch has released a 2022 concert in Seattle, WA as the third package in their new live PA Tapes series.

The 20-song performance mixes tracks from the Maryland band’s extensive career alongside material from their latest album, “Sunrise On Slaughter Beach.”

The members of the group take turns choosing the setlist and, on this night – just a few weeks after the 2022 album was released – it was guitarist Tim Sult who laid out the evening’s entertainment for fans.

With his characteristic sincerity and warmth, Sult invites fans to relive the electric atmosphere of that unforgettable show, commenting, "Check out our Seattle show at the Showbox from October 10th, 2022. It was a high energy, unhinged performance with a few technical issues but we managed to pull it off successfully. I hope you enjoy the show!"

A decade on from boldly declaring, "If you're gonna do it, do it live on stage, or don't do it at all' in their acclaimed single "Earth Rocker", Clutch's PA Tapes comprise meticulously mixed and mastered live shows from around the world. Launched in February, the series will total five or six edited and mastered digital only live shows.

Clutch are launching the new package with a rare cover of the vintage Black Sabbath tune, “Lord Of This World”, from the iconic UK band’s 1971 album, “Master Of Reality.”

Having recently completed a series of European shows, Clutch will resume their No Stars Above Tour in support of “Sunrise On Slaughter Beach” with North American dates starting with the first of two nights in Washington, DC on July 20.

Get your copy of the “Sunrise On Slaughter Beach” here.

See also:

Clutch stream Sunrise On Slaughter Beach expanded edition
Clutch expand PA Tapes live series with 1993 Norfolk concert
Clutch to release The Complete Edition of Sunrise On Slaughter Beach
Clutch extend No Stars Above North American tour
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