Dunsmuir builds a powerhouse of metal muscle with members of Clutch, Black Sabbath, Fu Manhu and The Company Band
If you could build the super group of super groups, who would be in it? Dunsmuir, with their new self titled album, comes pretty damn close to being the best project I
Indiana has long been dubbed the “Crossroads of America”. Never was that more evident than at a small theater called the Vogue in the Broad Ripple section of Indianapolis on 10/13/15. You could see everything from a demure housewife standing next to a young guy in a denim vest sporting
We are on the verge of Clutch being 25 years old in 2016. The allure to their longevity is that they have come a long way without sacrificing the pure, iconic sound they have maintained throughout the decades. But every album is different, and each time we get a new
[Photo by Brad Flynn.]
Clutch’s arrival to Indianapolis is now an anticipated yearly event. I have been going steadily, except one regretful sold out year. At one time, five minutes before the show, you could walk right up to the Vogue Theatre and buy a ticket. Now? They all evaporate before
Words by Cody Jones. Photos by Brad Flynn.
If you haven’t heard of Clutch yet, please turn off your radio and prepare to be enlightened. It’s no secret that Clutch are journeymen and one of the hardest working acts, year in and year out. Though after four years since the introduction