Metal-Trails.com conducted an interview with Richard Patrick of U.S. alternative rockers FILTER on June 27 at Markthalle in Hamburg, Germany. You can now watch the chat below.
FILTER's fifth studio album, "The Trouble With Angels", sold around 6,300 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 63 on The Billboard 200 chart.
FILTER's previous CD, 2008's "Anthems For The Damned", opened with 13,000 units to land at No. 42.
"The Trouble With Angels" was released on August 17, 2010 via Rocket Science Ventures.
Produced by Bob Marlette (BLACK SABBATH, ATREYU, SALIVA), the album's debut single, "The Inevitable Relapse", features thundering chords and an isolated bass line that both conjure and modernize FILTER's signature sound.
FILTER released a limited-edition seven-inch vinyl single, exclusively for the Record Store Day coalition of stores on July 6, 2010, featuring "The Inevitable Relapse" album version and a Rob Patterson 666 remix on the B-side.
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