The Clone Defects have come crashing out of the current Detroit rock n’ roll scene like a comet penetrating the Earth’s atmosphere.
Lead by wildman about town Tim Vulgar, the Clone Defects have earned quite a reputation over the last several years for their no holds barred live shows and their uncompromising recordings. The Clone Defects are rock n' roll to the core: foul-mouthed, dirty, alcohol-fueled aggression that fits right in blasting out of the hi-fi at a pill party.
They’ve released three singles (the first of which was recorded and produced by White Stripes’ Jack White) and one album that are all monoliths of pure rock action. On “Shapes Of Venus”, their newest, they continue to blaze the same trail as their previous releases while having sharpened their songwriting skills along the way.
The sound is a biting mix of glam rock, “Killed By Death” style punk rock and some natural born mid west insanity. Some bands go out of their way to act weird, wild and fucked up – the Clone Defects can’t help it.