Clutch Mainman Neil Fallon Has Words with Rolling Stone
Sporting his usual beard, CLUTCH frontman Neil Fallon sat down for an in-depth editorial with Rolling Stone Magazine. Working with producer J. Robbins for their ninth studio album, Fallon opens up about the album’s odd story lines, the background on song plots, and much more.
Excerpt below…full article here:
“Anthrax, ham radio, and liquor” from 50,000 Unstoppable Watts: We rehearse very close to the Fort Detrick Army base. That’s where the Army does some real neat-o stuff with chemical weapons. Around the neighborhood are a lot of ham antennas, probably relics from civil defense. On my way home one evening, I stopped by the beer store there in Frederick because the ones around my neighborhood are terrible. Thus: Anthrax, ham radio, and liquor.