CLUTCH reveal The Obelisk, a very limited LP box set for Record Store Day on Oct 24
CLUTCH REVEAL THE OBELISK
A SPECIAL LP BOX SET + TURNTABLE SLIPMAT + SIGNED LITHOGRAPH, EXCLUSIVELY FOR RECORD STORE DAY
THE OBELISK DROPS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24 AND IS LIMITED TO 2000 WORLDWIDE
US groove rockers CLUTCH have revealed details of The Obelisk, a special, limited edition box set to be released exclusively for the next Record Store Day on Saturday, October 24th.
The Obelisk is a box set that consists of all of Clutch’s Weathermaker Music vinyl releases. There are six double LP’s, three 12″ LPs, and three 12″ picture discs all together in a beautifully designed box set. In addition, the box contains a turntable mat and a square, artist signed lithograph. The rigid box has a magnetic closure and the silver foil is stamped on black Sierra cloth. This is a premium collector’s item and only 2000 exist in the world.
The Obelisk contains these albums:
1. Full Fathom Five (WM052 – 2xLP)
2. Live At The Googolplex (WM059 – LP picture disc)
3. Jam Room (WM060 – LP picture disc)
4. Pitchfork and Lost Needles (WM061 – LP picture disc)
5. La Curandera (WM053 – LP)
6. Strange Cousins From The West (WM013 – 2xLP)
7. Blast Tyrant (WM018 – 2xLP)
8. Robot Hive / Exodus (WM019 – 2xLP)
9. From Beale Street To Oblivion (WM020 – 2xLP)
10. Earth Rocker (WM028 – LP)
11. Psychic Warfare (WM042 – LP)
12. Book Of Bad Decisions (WM067 – 2xLP)
Record Store Day is always a unique celebration of rare/specially made physical releases and your local record store. For more info about Record Store Day, a full list of releaseson October 24th, or to find your local participating store, visit www.recordstoreday.com.
Clutch released their twelfth studio album, Book of Bad Decisions, through their own Weathermaker Music in 2018. Rolling Stone described the album as “bathed in the grit and liberal fuzz tone that has made their live shows legendary.” Two of the band’s most recent albums, Earth Rocker (2013) and Psychic Warfare (2015), were included in Classic Rock Magazine’s 50 Best Rock Albums of the 2010s.