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2013 release, the 10th studio album from the Maryland-based Hard Rockers. Earth Rocker has already received towering accolades from those that have heard snippets of the album. Some taste makers immediately notice that Clutch have gone heavier and faster than ever before. Others liken their new songs to the beating heart of 21st century rock'n'roll.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 19, 2013)
  • Original Release Date: March 19, 2013
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: WEATHERMAKER MUSIC
  • Run Time: 44 minutes
  • ASIN: B00B1ME3DQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (247 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #64,345 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Vinyl Verified Purchase
Clutch fans come to the band from many angles, and it's worth saying up front that I came to them originally as a metal and hardcore fan. So for me, the couple moments on this album when the band rocks back on blues "cliches" are a bit of a lull, but there is far less of that influence and flow than on the two previous albums, so I'm an exquisitely happy Clutch fan.

This album rocks beginning, middle, and end. And I mean middle. Though "Gone Cold" is a slower, atmostpheric blues-inspired piece, it has the same authenticity and grit as Regulator and Ghost on Blast Tyrant. There's musical, if not metric, tonnage of riffology here, just as Fallon is in top form as a sort of schizophrenic prophet of pop culture and apocalypse.

The record never stops moving. It is relentless, and what's better than that for any fan of any brand of rock n' roll.

So, while part of me wishes they'd make a new foray into the courageous countryside of Elephant Riders or the raw and open land of Transnational, I love when Clutch is being Clutch. Here it is right here, folks. With the exception of those couple of blues cliches (Book, Saddle, and Go being a prime one), this album will keep you guessing as much as it will keep you rocking.

It's anthemic, aggressive, sure of itself, and unrelenting.
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I'll admit I had some reservations about how Clutch would handle themselves off the major label side - less releases, more time focusing on side projects, fostering new bands, etc. Thank goodness I was wrong. Don't get me wrong, Clutch has been one of my top 5 all time bands since sometime around A Shogun Named Marcus, but I digress.

In a time when you can basically get any and all music on a whim, the anticipation of a new album has been mostly lost. For me, it takes something exceedingly stand out to buy physical versions. I haven't had this kind of soul and bone motivating rock hit me in a while, and this was like a shovel to the face. God, I missed Clutch, and it's only been a couple years since Strange Cousins. And to make matters more awesome, they're keeping the some of the best elements of each album across the tracks. Some of the faster blood pulsing rock, some more anthemic jams, some blue grass awesome-ness... and all of it is pure fun.

In all, listening to Earth Rocker, I hear a band that has endless passion for the fun and craft of music. At this point, to me it doesn't matter if that's been their intention all along, they still put it out there so the rest of us can rock our collective asses off. "Once more unto the breach!"
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Clutch fans are among the most fanatical and loyal of any fan base for any band. There's a reason for that: Clutch is one of America's if not the world's premiere heavy rock bands ever. Period. It's a damn shame they aren't at a commercial level of AC/DC, ZZTop or other classic rock and roll band, because they belong there. Of course, Clutch has always been a more cerebral outfit, with vocalist Neal Fallon's penchant for historical subjects, literature and politics, combining said subjects with a turn of phrase like no other. Add to that his soulful powerhouse voice and a raging band, and you have pure genius.
Tim Sult should be a household name in guitar world. He deftly recalls the classic sounds, drenches his solos often with the wah pedal and delivers riffs that rival anybody from past to present. Dan Maines on bass and Jean Paul Gaster are one of the heaviest rhythm sections out there.
What makes "Earth Rocker" so good is a return to their heavier days, particularly around "Blast Tyrant" and "Pure Rock Fury". Their most recent album, "Strange Cousins from the West" was a drier, sedate affair that lacked the power of previous albums, and apparently the band saw to fix it. "Earth Rocker" starts off swinging hard, and you know your world is going to get rocked. In fact the CD never lets up except for one slow piece, the very swampy and bluesy "Gone Cold", one of the best slower numbers in Clutch's history. Every track is a gem and the whole thing is over in 44 minutes, a short album by Clutch standards, but it leaves you wanting more. A lot more. That's what great rock and roll is all about. Do not pass this CD up. It ranks already with my other two favorite Clutch albums, "The Elephant Riders" and "Robot Hive/Exodus". That's pretty good company for a band that has yet to put out a bad or even average album.
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Earth Rocker is a solid album and the 2 songs that have been added here are good.

The live CD is good. It's nice to listen to.

The Live DVD is also strong. I was a little disappointed that the DVD wasn't the full concert that was broadcast live on AXS tv last year, but for $14, who am I to complain? Nobody, that's who. On the subject of watching this band perform live- it's incredible how entertaining this band can be to watch given that 3 of the 4 dudes are completely stationary the whole show. Neil is that good.

Buy it. Give Clutch your money. They produce the goods & you purchase them. Hold up your end of the bargain.
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If you haven't bought Earth Rocker, buy this version. If you did last year, buy it again. It is worth it for the two bonus songs on the original disc, the live disc and live DVD. This is easily the best Clutch record since Robot Hive/Exodus.
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