Filter Has Thirty Songs Written for Their Upcoming New Album


Lot’s of news in the camp of Rock legends Filter of late. They recently signed to Golden Robot Records and they are working on a new album for expected release most likely in 2022. Keeping the fanbase posted the band has been posting a lot on social media and revealed they have written 30 new songs, and choosing the best 10 for that album. In other news the band was scheduled to perform near Chicago, but was forced to cancel what would have been their first show back since before the pandemic due to bad weather.

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Watch Members of Slaves On Dope, Mastodon, Limp Bizkit, In Flames, 311, Veruca Salt, Filter, and The Used Cover Jane’s Addiction – “Mountain Song”


The Kings of Quarantine, led by members Slaves on Dope previously dropped an awesome cover of Faith No More’s “We Care A lot” with a gang of rock and metal stars. Now they are back and covering Jane’s Addiction’s Alt-Rock classic “Mountain Song!” The clip features Wes Borland (Limp Bizkit), Tanner Wayne (In Flames), P-nut (311), Louise Post (Veruca Salt), Richard Patrick (Filter) and, Bert Mccracken (The Used). One hundred percent of the profits for “Mountain Song” will be donated to ROADIE RELIEF, a fundraising effort to aid qualifying Roadies who have submitted an application for financial help during the Covid-19 crisis. Watch it now!

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Filter To Release Deluxe Edition of “Title of Record” Album For 20th Anniversary


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Multi-Platinum Rock band Filter is celebrating the 20th anniversary of their sophomore album Title of Record with a deluxe reissue, due out on August 9th via Craft Recordings. The album will be available in various formats including vinyl, CD and include many bonus track and exclusive liner notes. All formats are expanded featuring four bonus tracks: ‘(Can’t You) Trip Like I Do’ (originally recorded for the cult-classic soundtrack Spawn The Album), ‘Jurassitol’ (previously released on The Crow: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), plus remixes of the singles ‘The Best Things (Humble Brothers Remix)’ and ‘Take a Picture (H&H Remix).’ Both the two-LP set, and CD will feature new liner notes by author, journalist, and Side Jams podcast host Bryan Reesman. The expanded digital album also offers five additional rarities, including a live version of ‘Take A Picture,’ ‘The Best Things (Dub Pistols Club Mix)’ and more. The band is streaming one of those tracks, a live version of their smash hit ‘Take a Picture’ live from Hammerstein Ballroom in 1999, which you can hear below. Continue reading


Filter Launches Pledge Music Campaign For New Album


Filter has returned and needs the help of their fans to join in the creative process for their new album. Great news: for the first time in over 20 years, the original founding members – Richard Patrick and Brian Liesegang are making a new Filter album together. Both men have had distinguished careers together and apart, so this is exciting news for Filter fans. The band has launched a Pledge Music campaign (Sevendust, Judas Priest, Collective Soul) where the fans will help with the direction of the material, choose the final album title, and of course, purchase limited edition and custom merch earlier than the release pre-orders. Continue reading


Genie In A Bottle – An Interview With Filter


Filter 2013 Richard Patrick is a man with a long and distinguished career in the industrial and alternative rock scene. With his band Filter, he just released a new album, entitled The Sun Comes Out Tonight. The record contains lots of musical references to the band’s early work, which caught our attention. Enough reason to catch up with Mr Patrick and ask him a few questions..Continue reading


Filter – The Sun Comes Out Tonight


Filter-The-Sun-Comes-Out-Tonight Richard Patrick is a veteran in the industrial rock and metal world. His rise to prominence came with his involvement with Nine Inch Nails. After his stint with NIN he formed his own band, which he christened Filter. With this formation he has released five studio albums so far. Now Patrick and Co. are back with a new record, entitled The Sun Comes Out Tonight.Continue reading