FILTER Enlist ANDREW WK Director To Lens New Video Clip

FILTER mainman Richard Patrick has posted the following update on the band's activities via the group's official web site at www.officialfilter.com:

“We only have a few more songs to mix [for our new album The Amalgamut], [and] then [producer] Ben Grosse leaves to go master with Bob Ludwig at his studio in Maine.

“We'll be doing the first video soon and it's going to be pretty cool.

“I am co-directing the video with Alexandria Costa, who's recently done the video for ANDREW WK's song. This is all going on this month, its really f.cking hectic, but its awesome though.

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“The music is definitely shining brightly due to Ben Grosse's magical mix powers.

“The album is still on time for a mid to late summer release. Expect to hear the first single on your local radio station in June, call up and request it so the rest of the world gets FILTER, too!

“Just hang in there it will definitely be worth the wait!”

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