Clutch appeared in images of cowboys in new video "A Quick Death in Texas"

The American rockers Clutch presented their new video for the song "A Quick Death in Texas", which was included in the eleventh studio album "Psychic Warfare". The LP came out in October 2015 via musicians’ own label Weathermaker Music.

The new video that shows Clutch in the small and dangerous Wild West town was directed by David Brodsky from MyGoodEye, famous by his works for Cannibal Corpse, Hatebreed, Suicide Silence, Papa Roach, Red Fang and others.

"The video for "Quick Death In Texas" was a lot of fun to make", — the frontman Neil Fallon states.

According to the vocalist, the video was taken in a single day. The musicians got a lot of fun while working with the cast at Wild West City park in New Jersey.

"I won’t lie, I had a blast playing cowboy for a day, even if it meant getting repeatedly killed, sometimes by desperados, sometimes by trusted bandmates. Originally, I was going to be drawn-and-quartered, but we didn’t have the budget for four horses. So we opted for a traditional one-horse-dragging. And Lucky, the painted roan, did a fine job of delivering justice", — Fallon adds.

"A Quick Death in Texas" is the second music video for the song from the new album, last year Clutch also presented the video for "X-Ray Visions".

Check out the supergroup Teenage Time Killers's song "Crowned by the Light of the Sun", recorded with Clutch's vocalist Neil Fallon.