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Clutch Tour Turns To Barkerton Group At The End Of Tour

Due to illness, Clutch was forced to perform the last 9 out of 10 shows of their last tour as the Bakerton Group, which is their instrumental alter ego.

In other news, the band just celebrated the 10 year anniversary of their third album, "The Elephant Riders," on April 14th. In celebration, they have posted six songs from that album on their MySpace page.

As previously reported, Clutch recently announced their decision to form their own record label, Weathermaker Music, on which they plan to release all future Clutch and Bakerton Group releases. The first release is expected in late summer 2008 - their first live DVD and a live CD - both planned to be released the same day.

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