It was a three song EP with some early Punk/Metal tracks that don't make the live set list much any more, though they were a good example of their influence by bands such as the Bad Brains. It hasn't ever had much live set coverage, with the exception of 'High Calibre Consecrator', over the years either. Neil Fallon, the vocalists, has stated, about hearing the Bad Brains for the first time, on their debut self-titled album, Bad Brains, that:
"..Upon listening though [to the album], I was totally confused. I had nothing to compare it to. It was freakish. But after repeated listens, there was that eureka moment, and ever since then they have been on the loftiest of rock pedestals"
It had a reissue called Impetus in 1997 with extra songs.
The second EP from Clutch was also to become a rare find. It was released on CD and 12" vinyl, but according to Earache Records the 12" is not longer available. It was also the second album produced/engineered with Lawrence "Uncle Punchy" Packer at his studios in their home state of Maryland.