Killswitch also gave fans a preview of their forthcoming studio album. They debuted “Unleashed” and “I Am Broken Too” from Atonement which drops on August 16 via Metal Blade (Pre-Order HERE).
They closed out with their ultra-heavy cover of Dio’s legendary song “Holy Diver.” While KsE have enjoyed many successes throughout their career, but perhaps their greatest achievement is being one of the most dominant live hard rock acts of the last two decades.Clutch took the stage for Act II of the evening. They kicked things off with “In Walks Barbarella.” From there, the band proceeded with a set full of deep cuts and rarities. It was a more mellow outing than usual for the band, but fans did not seem to mind. Whether fast or slow, Clutch’s filthy grooves were still present.
Cranking out tracks like “Smoke Banshee,” “The Regulator, “Spacegrass,” and others, Clutch continue to prove why they’ve lasted so long. After a 15 song set, the band returned to the stage for an encore of their hit “Electric Worry” and the noisy “Rats.”
Clutch’s last studio effort was 2018’s Book of Bad Decisions.
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