Clutch Would Rather Take Risk And Fail


(Classic Rock) Clutch frontman Neil Fallon says that he wouldd rather take a risk with his music and fail than play it safe. The band are currently on the road with Lamb Of God and Corrosion Of Conformity in support of their 11th studio album Psychic Warfare, which was released in October last year.

And asked why the band's sound is always evolving, Fallon tells New Noise: "We certainly don't go into any record saying that we want to reinvent the wheel. It's important to be realistic. We consider ourselves students, I mean, I just got back from my guitar lesson 15 minutes ago and it's important for me to always challenge myself.

"I can understand there are artists who see a success on the charts with a song and then try different versions of that song for the rest of their career - and that sounds very depressing."

He continues: "I would rather take a risk and fail at it. There are fans that are more into our hardcore side and don't care for the blues phase of this band. Then there are fans who got into our blues phase and don't care for our older stuff. At the end of the day, it's just music and we as artists want to define something new - we're still trying to do that." Read more here.

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