After a triumphant year spent riding the success of last year’s 'Strange Cousins From The West', Maryland rockers Clutch will release an ambitious DVD set called 'Live At 9:30' in mid May.
The 200 minute double disc concert film will be sold at a fan-friendly price of $19.98.
Disc one features a 90 minute full length concert filmed with seven hi-definition cameras last December at Washington DC’s legendary 9:30 Club. In addition to a career-spanning set of jams both new and old, the DVD includes a full version of the band’s 1995 self titled release in its entirety. An audio version of the full 19 song concert will be exclusively available through iTunes on May 11th. The DVD will be released May 11th in the U.S and May 14 in Europe.
Disc Two is the 110 minute feature film Fortune Tellers Make A Killing Nowadays, which takes a behind the scenes look at Clutch’s 2009 tour and explores rare band interviews as well as vintage, unreleased footage documenting much of Clutch’s history from 1991 to the present. Both discs were directed and produced by Agent Ogden, who first worked with the band on 2007’s Full Fathom Five: Video Field Recordings.