FILTER's RICHARD PATRICK Hangs Out With SLIPKNOT

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

"Hey guys I'm back as promised. My girlfriend got me an official die cast model of the Millennium Falcon for my birthday earlier this week. It's this big four-pound replica of the model they used in 'Episode IV' of the 'Star Wars' series, I loved it! Also got to see SLIPKNOT kick some ass at The Universal Amphitheatre. I said hello to the guys afterwards and they were totally cool, had a great time. Be sure to go see my buddy Luke Greenfield's movie 'The Girl Next Door' because it's a really good movie and of course there's some music from yours truly in it as well. That's all for now, gotta get back to workin' on the tunes!"

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