Grey Daze will always be associated with Chester Bennington but new album ‘The Phoenix’ is the perfect way to keep his memory alive.
Released 20 years ago this week, Title of Record (Reprise), the sophomore set from Filter, is a bold musical statement — a portrait that remains vivid and vibrant. And the newly-released expanded 20th Anniversary edition from Craft Recordings is an extreme treat.
It’s been twenty years since the release of Filter’s breakthrough sophomore record, Title of Record, and that can only mean one thing… A deluxe 20th anniversary reissue. Look for it on August 9th via Craft Recordings.
Julien-K frontman Ryan Shuck first found success as a founding member of Orgy and a writer of Korn classics, but he credits his success as a restauranteur to his early days as a hairdresser.
Before this announcement, the only full studio album Patrick and Liesegang wrote together was the Short Bus album, one of the fiercest studio albums to emerge on the music scene in 1995.
Los Angeles’ ZANO offers up some dope, dirty, dance rock that’s equal parts fun, catchy, and memorable. Check out the new “Search For Me” single and accompanying video!
Review and Photos by Darren Eagles Richard Patrick and FILTER brought a wall of guitars, a rocket blond bassist and…
Due out on April 8, 2016 via Wind-up Records, industrial-tinged rock/metal band Filter is now streaming their entire new album Crazy Eyes on SoundCloud a full day ahead of its release.
Filter recently announced that their new album Crazy Eyes is due out on April 8, 2016 via Wind-up Records. Check out the first single “Take Me To Heaven” here!
By Trystan MacDonald Photos by Andrew Hartl http://www.coalchamberofficial.com/ “That’s why I say hey man, nice shot.” It seems, that…
Filter announces the release of the new single, “We Hate It When You Get What You Want” that has been serviced to Active Rock Radio today from the album The Sun Comes Out Tonight. The melodic hard-rock track, “We Hate It When You Get What You Want” is offered as a free download for a limited time by entering HERE. The promotional opportunity also offers free content from fellow tour-mates that includes tracks, “Seeing Eye Dog” from Helmet and “Another February” from Local H available through the end of The Anti-Folk Revival Drop-D tour, August 23rd.
Without a doubt, one of the most engaging, interesting and funny musicians I’ve ever had the pleasure of speaking to is Richard Patrick of Filter. Richard brought back Filter earlier this year after a five year hiatus while he worked on other musical endeavors and also battled some personal demons. So far, Anthems For The Damned has been very well received and the band has enjoyed some very solid…
Filter and Richard Patrick are back and better than ever. Recently, on June 26, 2008 to be precise, the band headlined an awesome show with Ten Years and Opiate for the Masses in downtown Toronto, Canada at The Guvernment.
Rock and roll and politics just always seem to somehow mesh together and they do yet again on Filter’s latest album Anthems for the Damned. After a five year hiatus, Filter’s mastermind Richard Patrick has regrouped and put together a very solid rock and roll album that stretches towards social and political themes in a way we never knew possible of Filter in the past. In the years since Filter was a very significant player…