Clutch’s Neil Fallon Talks Dawn on Slaughter Seashore, 30 Years as a Band

Clutch proceed to churn out heavy-hitting rock music greater than 30 years into their profession, most not too long ago releasing their thirteenth studio album, Dawn on Slaughter Seashore. The Maryland band will hit the highway this spring for headlining North American tour that includes assist from Amigo the Satan and Nate Bergman.

Heavy Consequence caught up with Clutch singer Neil Fallon backstage at Louisville’s Louder Than Life pageant, the place he talked in regards to the newest LP, the inspiration behind the one “We Attempt for Excellence,” and the band’s longevity.

The track “We Attempt for Excellence” incorporates a variety of references to Seventies popular culture, together with Farrah Fawcett, Evel Knievel, and The Six Million Greenback Man, and celebrates a time when children engaged in actions that had a daredevil high quality about them.

“That track might need been some sort of psychological response to being caught inside,” Fallon informed us within the video above. “I’ve a 12-year-old son, and I used to be getting actual annoyed with the notion that his childhood was gonna be spent nearly. There’s one thing to be stated in regards to the schooling of breaking your arm, or getting highway rash or poison ivy. That’s actual life.”

So far as Clutch nonetheless going robust after greater than 30 years as a band, Fallon remarked, “I spent far too a few years pondering this was a brief scenario. I had it hammered into my head at a younger age that this was not a viable profession choice. And it took me a very long time to reach at the truth that sure it’s. As soon as that occurred, it grew to become much more enjoyable.”

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Watch our video interview with Neil Fallon above, and choose up tickets to Clutch’s spring 2023 tour by way of Ticketmaster or StubHub.



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