Clutch = Kings of Modern Rock N Roll! (Starring: Tim Sult)





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Published on Aug 10, 2011

When Clutch was ignited in 1991, they had no set agenda or a long-term plan as in what they wanted to accomplish musically. All they knew is that if they wanted to keep themselves from having to get "regular jobs", they would have to dedicate their entire lives to their music and tour, tour, tour. They also realized that in order for them to prevail, they would have to create memorable rocking songs.

It took Clutch a lot of hard work and patience to fine tune their signature sound, and it was actually a lucky mistake that changed the bands sound forever. When the band was formed, current vocalist/guitarist Neil Fallon was a backup singer. It turns out that one day the original singer didn't show up to a gig, so Neil stepped on stage and took over the front-man slot. The band immediately knew he was the missing ingredient to establish Clutch's sound.

Ever since then, the Clutch boys haven't looked back once and are constantly reinventing their sound without losing sight of their perfect delivery of modern Rock N' Roll! They are one of the tightest sounding bands today, and they prove this night after night, show after show. As a result, bands like Motörhead and Black Label Society have asked them to be direct support during both of these bands tours earlier this year.

Clutch recently performed at the Brooklyn Bowl in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, in front of a hungry crowd of Rock N' Roll children. Before their phenomenal set, we had the chance to chat with Tim Sult (guitarist) about the bands current and future plans, we also talked to him about the history of the band and about his signature guitar sound. Wake up and check this awesome interview out.

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