FILTER's PATRICK: 'Almost Done Writing' New Album
FILTER frontman Richard Patrick has posted the following message to the group's official web site:
"Hey guys, sorry I haven't posted in awhile but I've been really busy. Man it's bizarre, because I moved to California and I've kind of had a lot of time by myself, the new stuff is starting to sound a lot like a super high octane version of 'Short Bus'. It's me, Rae, and a super computer at this point, which is pretty much the way it was on 'Short Bus' (except with maybe a slightly less super computer). But essentially it's been me left alone with the technology. Because I have made my health the top priority in my life, the new stuff is churning out at a really fast rate. I should be done writing material for this new record fairly soon, and I'm really excited about all of it — it's coming along great. I'm also looking forward to recording some new demos for DUALESC at Abyssian West soon, those guys are a cool new band. Don't be disappointed if you don't hear from me in the 'Rich Words' for a little while, I've been way busy lately. But you know how I like to drop by the FILTER Discussion Group and read what's going on there.
"That's all for now, stay tuned for updates!
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