FILTER Frontman: 'The Best Music I've Ever Made'

FILTER frontman Richard Patrick has posted the following message on the group's official web site:

"Hey everybody, sorry I haven’t been posting the 'Rich Words' [section of the web site] as frequently as in the past, but as you can probably imagine, I've been pretty busy working on the new recordings. I hate to pat myself on the back but I'm really proud of myself because I've been working so hard on these songs and it's definitely turning out to be the best music I've ever made. I've had the privilege to work with some great people through the course of these recordings and I'm really excited about how everything is sounding. I've also been able to check out some great concerts lately. I saw MUSE the other night and I loved the show and I'm looking forward to seeing SLIPKNOT at the Universal Amphitheatre next week. Well, I gotta head back to work, I'm a slave driver to myself. I'll post again next week I promise!"

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