Clutch – Psychic Warfare Album Review

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Clutch has been around for sometime now and has always delivered a unique a distinct hard rock sound.  If you hear a Clutch song — you pretty much know right away. Psychic Warfare is the band’s eleventh studio album and is issued under the band’s own label, Weathermaker Music..which seems to be the big trend these days.

While I can’t say I own the whole Clutch library, I do own many of the albums over those eleven studio releases and have seen the band a few times too and this is one album I would want in my library for sure.

The first video single, X-Ray Visions, which I caught the video for online a few weeks before the album release date, was a bit weird and quirky, and seemed a bit low budget but still worked with the track and the song was fun too and was very catchy.  Once I heard this song, I could not wait to hear the rest of the album.

Psychic Warfare delivers that classic Clutch sound and they have produced yet another great album. The band has really stayed true to their sound, which again is one that makes them distinct and stand out from many other bands which I personally love. Why would I want to listed to a band that sounds like every other band out there.

Psychic Warfare has already grabbed a Number 1 spot on the Billboard top rock albums and best 200 albums for the Billboard October 24 publication date which really says a lot about the album and the fans reception of the new album too… I think they like it.

If you are not a fan of Clutch this album would be a great place to start and if you have been a fan of Clutch then Psychic Warfare is one you would want to add to your library too. Go get it!!

Available for purchase and download on Amazon – Psychic Warfare

Clutch ‘Psychic Warfare’ Track Listing

  • The Affidavit
  • X-Ray Visions
  • Firebirds
  • A Quick Death in Texas
  • Sucker for the Witch
  • Your Love Is Incarceration
  • Doom Saloon
  • Our Lady of Electric Light
  • Noble Savage Clutch
  • Behold the Colossus
  • Decapitation Blues
  • Son of Virginia

Watch X-Ray Visions

 

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