Clutch, the influential heavy rock band from Maryland, will release its eleventh studio album “Psychic Warfare” via their own label Weathermaker Music. The album was produced by longtime producer Machine (Lamb Of God, Every Time I Die) and consists of 12 new tracks. “The title ‘Psychic Warfare’ is taken from the track, ‘X-Ray Visions” states singer Neil Fallon. “It’s a tale about an unnamed protagonist who is forced to seek refuge in a flop house motel. He is hiding from several nefarious psychic forces, the worst of which is his own sleep deprived paranoia.” The album cover was designed by renowned photographer Dan Winters. “The title “Psychic Warfare” is taken from the track, “X-Ray Visions.” It’s a tale about an unnamed protagonist who is forced to seek refuge in a flop house motel. He is hiding from several nefarious psychic forces, the worst of which is his own sleep deprived paranoia.” – Neil Fallon Psychic Warfare is Clutch’s follow up to the hugely successful Earth Rocker. That album entered the Billboard Top 200 chart at #15, and reached #1 on the Rock Chart and #4 on iTunes' overall Top 100. Earth Rocker was awarded “Album of The Year” by Metal Hammer and garnered a Top 10 spot on Rolling Stone’s “Top 20 Metal Albums of the Year”. Rolling Stone further enthused: “Four Maryland lifers — road dogs who've been grinding since the early Fugazi administration, cranking out seething admixtures of jam-band chops, careening blues-punk riffs and singer Neil Fallon's lyrics — release their hardest rocking set to date.“Psychic Warfare picks up where Earth Rocker left and Clutch are in the groove yet again. This engine runs on all cylinders.