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Red Horse Muziklaban 2016 South Luzon Finalist: Stutter


Stutter band was formed in the later part of 2013 during a small gathering with friends. It was Enzo and Wilson’s drive to form a group of talented individuals that started the band.

During their early days, nothing was concrete because every member was also a part of other groups. In the mid part of 2014, they officially started sharing ideas and composing their own songs.


  • Lorenzo Perez – Vocals
  • Wilson Salute – Guitar
  • Jan Clint Higaldo – Bass
  • Handzome Robles – Drums

What is the story behind your band name?

It was Wilson’s idea to name the band as Stutter. He was doing guitar effects for our original song when a stuttering sound resonated.

Who are your musical influences?

Papa Roach, Incubus, Rage Against the Machine, Breaking Benjamin, Mudvayne, and Karnivool.

What made you decide to join Pambansang Muziklaban?

Music has been our passion as a band, and performing at this caliber of an event gives more fire to our passion

“Making our music recognized and appreciated is the band’s ultimate desire, and no better stage can do that but at the Pambansang Muziklaban.”

Why do you think Pambansang Muziklaban is the best rock battle in the Philippines?

All bands participating at the Pambansang Muziklaban will be given a chance to express their music, which we think is the best privilege for a performer. Since it is a rock battle, bands will be given a chance to showcase their talent, push to break their limits, and improve.

Why do you think you deserve to be the next Red Horse Muziklaban 2016 Grand Champion?

Since day one, we’ve been giving everything to every music piece that we compose with passion and dedication. We take pride in every creation we make to share the message of the song with the audience. We let everybody know that creating Stutter’s kind of music is what we love. On the process, fun will always be a part of it like how everybody live their lives.

Para sa inyo, ano ang rock and roll?

Rock and roll is the norm of communication of the modern generation.

“Rock and roll connects people; musicians to their audience; circle of friends; a stranger to another stranger; and then puts them into this realm where everybody seems to know each other and where everybody seems to have a bond every start of the beat and strum of the guitar.”

Rock and roll becomes everyone’s home.