Psychic Warfare

Album Review of Psychic Warfare by Clutch.

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Psychic Warfare

Clutch

Psychic Warfare by Clutch

Release Date: Oct 2, 2015
Record label: Weathermaker Music
Genre(s): Pop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock, Alternative Metal, Heavy Metal, Hard Rock

70 Music Critic Score
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Psychic Warfare - Fairly Good, Based on 4 Critics

Classic Rock Magazine - 80
Based on rating 4/5
80

Maryland band deliver a classic to cement their position as the best rock’n’rollers around. Slowly but surely, the mainstream rock world is beginning to understand why Clutch have been so revered and adored within underground metal circles for the last 20 years or more. Perhaps it was 2013’s incisive Earth Rocker album that clinched the deal: a fearless and focused encapsulation of the Maryland quartet’s trademark sound that also saw their songwriting reach a new peak of efficacy.

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AllMusic - 80
Based on rating 8/10
80

Growth can be tricky. For some fans, this change is bad. If a band sounded a certain way on its debut, then naturally, it should sound like that forever. However, natural evolution can't be stopped, especially for a band that has been together for a long time. Perpetual road dogs Clutch have been ….

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Pitchfork - 69
Based on rating 6.9/10
69

If Mastodon are kings of the sludge-rock world, then their past co-headliners Clutch are the jokers. Since their start in 1991, Clutch have amassed a global reputation as the platonic ideal of stoner rock, with frontman Neil Fallon regarded as one of rock’s most talented auteurs. Like Baroness and Lo-Pan, they’re not afraid to roll up their sleeves and crank out a filthy blues jam (1998’s The Elephant Riders more than gives the Black Keys a run for their money), but the band does so with a cartoonish flippancy that their peers lack, which in turn injects the genre with a much-needed sense of humor.

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Consequence of Sound - 51
Based on rating C
51

Clutch’s belligerent boogie rock is inherently absurd, but that hasn’t stopped the band from becoming a staple in the stoner rock scene since forming about 25 years ago. Eleven studio albums later, Clutch is so established that they can operate as their own DIY operation a lá Iron Maiden. They have their own label, book their own tours, sell tons of merch, and make enough money to keep the whole thing going.

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