12 Songs, 39 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

There’s always been a slight wink in Clutch’s pummeling, parallel-universe take on Southern rock: Here, singer Neil Fallon introduces the band by shouting out their astrological signs (“X-Ray Visions”) and later admits that despite his Catholic upbringing, he’s a sucker for witches (“Sucker for the Witch”). Sonically, the band’s approach remains brutal but lithe, using the deadpan old-Western humor of Fallon’s storytelling to lighten the propulsive sludge of the rhythm section. Always a world unto their own, Clutch soldiers on.

EDITORS’ NOTES

There’s always been a slight wink in Clutch’s pummeling, parallel-universe take on Southern rock: Here, singer Neil Fallon introduces the band by shouting out their astrological signs (“X-Ray Visions”) and later admits that despite his Catholic upbringing, he’s a sucker for witches (“Sucker for the Witch”). Sonically, the band’s approach remains brutal but lithe, using the deadpan old-Western humor of Fallon’s storytelling to lighten the propulsive sludge of the rhythm section. Always a world unto their own, Clutch soldiers on.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
301 Ratings
301 Ratings
Mister October ,

Psychic Warfare

The Beard is back and better than ever...you better believe it sister.

rpk3mp ,

Dynomight!

Listening to Clutch is like mainlining testosterone! And this single is no different.

RkStrJewl ,

Yes. Just yes.

Ever since hearing Clutch's 'The Regulator' on AMC's The Walking Dead, I've been hooked on this band. They're great. And judging by this new single, their new album will be great as well. Looking forward to it.

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