Clutch video interview
GameTap.com has uploaded an interview with CLUTCH frontman Neil Fallon in which he discusses the band’s latest happenings. Watch it at this location.
CLUTCH frontman Neil Fallon recently revealed to ChartAttack.com that the band has parted ways with DRT Entertainment and is currently without a record label. Fallon refers to the band as “free agents,” but seeing that CLUTCH have gone down the major label road before (1998′s “The Elephant Riders” appeared on Columbia and 2001′s “Pure Rock Fury” was released on Atlantic), don’t expect them to do it again.
“Their business models are so antiquated,” Fallon said. “It would make sense if we were a platinum band, but we’re not even pushing gold records.
“We make our money selling T-shirts on the road. We’ll do whatever makes the most sense. That doesn’t necessarily mean the biggest cheque, it just means the most honest business relationship.”