FILTER Frontman Relocates, Begins Work On New Music
FILTER frontman Richard Patrick has posted the following update via the group's official web site:
"Hello, everybody. It's Richard talking to you from my new home in the beautiful mountains of southern California. I have set up my new studio out here, and I'm working on plenty of new music. The studio is now called Abyssinian West and it's located in the guest house of my property. To break in my new ProTool system, I'm working with a friend of mine that I met on the Family Values Tour. We're doing a killer new song together, probably for a motion picture soundtrack which will be released this summer. Also I'm already writing the new FILTER record and expanding on my instrumental shit in a band called CARPET. So expect those three new things to happen soon. I'm very happy that I can be so productive now. My voice feels great and the shit is dope! I will be posting photos of my studio so you can look forward to that. So sit tight for further postings and know that I'm healthy wealthy and wise."
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