FILTER Mainman Is 'Really Proud' Of Band's New Material

FILTER mainman Richard Patrick has posted the following message to the "Rich's Words" section of the group's official web site:

"Hey, everyone. The last few months have been a blast! My new bandmates and I have been trying our songs out in a couple of rehearsal halls around town. It's amazing how playing live in a room together can add new dimensions to the music. I've been onstage with them once before, but it's been nothing like this.

"So far we've got a ton of material recorded, all of which I'm really proud of. I know I've mentioned this before but, these guys are some of the best musicians and songwriters in rock and you can really hear it in the music."

FILTER's last studio album, "The Amalgamut", was released in 2002.


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