American hard rock band, Clutch has been continually climbing up the album charts with each new release. The band's last album "Psychic Warefare" nearly cracked the "top 10," so on September 7th, we will receive the new, highly anticipated album "Book Of Bad Decisions" from Clutch. Their new 15-song release begins with the pounding drums and the sonic lashing of guitars along with the strong vocals of "Gimmie The Keys," as the band still continues to amaze. The album moves along with the big seventies, guitar rock of the "Spirit Of '76" and "How To Shake Hands," which showcase the full power and potential of the band. Clutch flexes their rock/funk muscle with the aggressive sounds of "In Walks Barbarella" and also with the guitar frenzy of "Sonic Counselor" as this album is full of one great rock anthem after another. They wrap up their new album with the thick, swampy blues of "Hot Bottom Feeder" and the steady passionate climb of "Lorelei." To find out more about Clutch and their latest release "Book Of Bad Decisions," please visit their Facebook page at facebook.com/Clutchband.
Next, from Israeli comes the latest release from the established metal band Betzefer. Their new album titled "Entertain Your Force Of Habit" features ten high-powered, aggressive tracks that come right at you, without pulling any punches. They kick things off with the growls of "One Way To No Way" as the heavy drumming and metal guitar riffs motors the song. The album continues to jolt your senses with the hard-hitting screams of "Ain't No Party 'Til You Hurt Somebody" and "Light Away," while the slow down, doom metal of "Dying Man" draws from the band's early heavy metal influences. Betzefer wrap up their new album with the swift pace of "Hand In Hand To Tell" and the chugging guitar riffs of "The Last Song In The World." Their new album will be released on September 21st through the Metalville label. To find out more about Betzefer and their new release "Entertain Your For Of Habit," please visit betzefer.net.
Also arriving on September 21st is the decade anniversary compilation release of the Metalville label, titled "Ten Years Of Rock." It features 14 tracks from some of the label's most well known artists like Foghat and Ugly Kid Joe. Things kick off with the progressive metal feel of Astral Doors' "The Day The Clown Cried" and the thrash metal appeal of "How Many Times" from Architects Of Chaoz. Fellow rock artist Chris Caffery takes you back with the classic seventies sound of "My Light," before this new release arrives at the nearly seven-minute progressive metal adventure of "The Longest Day" from Poverty's No Crime. The second half of this compilation showcases many live releases, including the blues of Lee Aaron's "I'm A Woman," Foghat's "Road Fever" and Ugly Kid Joe's most well-known song "Everything About You," recorded live at the Woodstock Festival in Poland. To find out more about the newly released compilation "Metalville - Ten Years Of Rock," please visit the label's Facebook page at facebook.com/Metalville.