UNLEASHES NEW MUSIC VIDEO FOR “MOTHER E”
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Many know Richard Patrick as the only static member of the band Filter. Prior to the formation of Filter, Richard cut his teeth in a band called Nine Inch Nails. He also formed a band called Army of Anyone with Robert and Dean DeLeo [Stone Temple Pilots], and Ray Luzier [Korn, David Lee Roth]. Filter recently released their seventh record. Richard remains one of rock and roll's most outspoken frontmen and proves it in the following exclusive unfiltered interview.
Filter: Crazy Eyes - Review
There's a moment in Filter's Crazy Eyes where things get uncomfortable. Unfortunately, that moment occurs within the first seconds on the very first track, "Mother E." If you're going to isolate the vocals you'd better have some pretty compelling lyrics, and here the album opens on Richard Patrick's repetitive and inexplicably aggressive whispering of the line "I've got my reasons/ And my reasons are sound." If you're whispering at all, wouldn't you be doing it gently? If not, you might as well be yelling-which is what Patrick does for the remainder of the track. It seems therefore that the aggressive whispers are meant to serve to add weight to the contrasting screams. But then, why so forced? He sounds like someone who's trying to sound crazy. It's the dramatic equivalent to the villain who explains the plot to his victims. Welcome to Crazy Eyes. It's a bad start to an otherwise good record-so we'll get over it.
Filter: Crazy Eyes - MIRP Album Review
Multi-platinum rockers Filter drop their latest, Crazy Eyes in April on Wind-up Records. Buzz has been circulating recently not just for the album, which is their 7th studio full-length release, but also for the video "Take Me To Heaven." With sold out shows on their headlining Make America Hate Again Tour with Orgy, the band has certainly been rocking the boat. The Single, "Take Me To Heaven" debuted at #2 on New and Active radio charts and has been being added by many stations since. The band takes a more industrial, less guitar focused turn on this record without losing their edge or authenticity.
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New Song Premiere: FILTER's 'Mother E'
"Mother E", a brand new song from FILTER, can be streamed below. The track is taken from the band's seventh studio album, "Crazy Eyes", which will be released on April 8 via Wind-Up Records. The follow-up to 2013's "The Sun Comes Out Tonight" was produced by FILTER founder, singer and guitarist Richard Patrick.
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Alternative Nation Interview
"I recently conducted an interview with Filter frontman Richard Patrick for Alternative Nation at the listening party in New York for Filterâ€™s 7th studio album, Crazy Eyes, set for release on April 8, 2016. We will be publishing this interview in parts as separate news articles, and in this article Patrick discusses what he believes killed late Stone Temple Pilots frontman Scott Weiland, and the future of Army of Anyone, his supergroup with STPâ€™s DeLeo brothers."
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Huffington Post Interview
"During the course of an interview, which will "air" later this month, Filter frontman Richard Patrick answered and delivered with portions of "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" and Davie Bowie's "BlackStar." A new Filter album - Crazy Eyes - is on its way this spring, and our full interview with Patrick will tackle that as well as his thoughts on the deaths of Scott Weiland and David Bowie. Keep an eye out for that, but for now, here's just a sample"
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Filter It's Just You Official Video SOTS
Here's the Official video for Filter's "It's Just You," created for the 6th Annual Stars of the Season. The charity event raised money for the establishment of building Sophie's Place inside Cardon Children's Medical Center with the support of the Forever Young Foundation. This year's Stars of the Season event went down in history as it raised the largest amount since it's inception six years ago. Over $525,000.00 was raised in one night, in less than 3 hours. Special thanks to all the patients, staff, crew, and the especially, the Filter Family. Directed by / David Kinsler for Wind Up Records, Filter and the Stars of the Season 2015.
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New Single "Take Me to Heaven" is out Now!
Billboard exclusive: Get the scoop on our new album 'Crazy Eyes' and listen to the first single "Take Me To Heaven."
Industrial rock band Filter will release its seventh studio album, Crazy Eyes, on April 8 on Wind-up Records. Produced by frontman Richard Patrick, the album is the follow-up to 2013â€™s The Sun Comes Out Tonight.
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