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Valerius
September 22nd 2011


1137 Comments


This is the first Clutch album I heard, and this will always be Clutch to me. The sound of this album is quite original. It has better riffs and lyrics than their other albums and it is mixed and mastered well.

Blast Tyrant and this album are their best albums, but Blast Tyrant is not mastered well at all and sounds like crap when you turn it up. Blast Tyrant has loud ass guitars and distortion - not to mention it's not as original as this album and falls more into hard rock territory.

Inveigh
February 26th 2012


25216 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

there are some days when this is my favorite Clutch record

definitely top 3 along with Blast Tyrant and Robot Hive

Digging: Nero Di Marte - Derivae

Emim
February 26th 2012


26675 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Still need to listen to this in full

Inveigh
February 26th 2012


25216 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

you really do


i'm listening to it right now

Inveigh
February 26th 2012


25216 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

OOH EEH OOH AH AH TWING TWANG WALLA WALLA BING BANG

ConsiderPhlebas
February 26th 2012


6157 Comments


Not heard this. Robot Hive and Blast Tyrant are badass.

JohnFire
May 13th 2012


213 Comments


JESUS ON THE DASHBOOOOOOAAAARRRRRDDDDD!

ValeriusTheAlbino
May 13th 2012


158 Comments


album owns

Emim
January 3rd 2013


26675 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Escape From the Prison Planet m/

bennyparsons
March 28th 2013


1 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

great review except how can you not mention "the ballad of JWB", it is a top 5 all time Clutch song

SanguineCream
June 4th 2013


599 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Only problem i have wit this awesome album is the production. Tis nasty on the ear drums

linguist2011
Contributing Reviewer
June 6th 2013


1925 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Excellent album, which has a lot of musical variety too. There are the more psychedelic likes of 'Spacegrass', the straightforward Rock style of 'Rock 'n' roll outlaw' and 'Texan book of the dead', and the laidback nature of opener 'Big news I' and '7 jam'. What really stands out to me here though is the different guitar styles that play their part and Fallon's sometimes strange, other times strong, macho vocal techniques which really power most of the songs through to a considerably good finish. One of the band's best albums for sure.

Digging: Execration (NOR) - Morbid Dimensions

conesmoke
August 27th 2013


5304 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Yeah it's fully sick

sportsboy
March 24th 2014


642 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

this shit gets me too turnt

omnipanzer
March 24th 2014


21661 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Lots of great tracks on here. This and Pure Rock Fury are the tits for me.

ExcentrifugalForz
April 23rd 2014


1876 Comments


Fortune tellers make a killing now a days!

conesmoke
December 17th 2014


5304 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Such an awesome album. Those guitar tones are gorgeous. m/

Inveigh
December 18th 2014


25216 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

yeah very underrated in their discog. amazing to see their transition through the years. this bares elements of their blues/stoner/groove stuff, but also has a very early 90s alt/metal vibe almost in the vein of Faith No More, Primus, etc.

anyone else get what i'm talking about?



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