CoMusic Live Photos: Clutch at The Blue Note

Last night hard rock band Clutch and veteran metalheads Corrosion of Conformity played the The Blue Note. The crowd was large, but just the right size to allow a little breathing room on the floor. It was also the right size to allow Blue Note security to kick out anyone who attempted to mosh or slam dance without inciting a riot.

Clutch killed it with lead singer Neil Fallon’s powerful stage personality. I worry that guitarist Tim Sult’s foot might actually be physically attached to a wah pedal. Corrosion of Conformity have been paying their dues for almost 30 years now. The crowd rewarded them with a warm reception and generous use of the sign of the horns, as well as accepting Woody Weatherman’s cargo pants and sleeveless shirt outfit.


Corrosion of Conformity

Opening band Groundscore

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