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Filter started working on a fifth album shortly after the release of the remix and greatest hits albums, with Bob Marlette as a producer. The album, as said by Richard Patrick, would be a lot heavier than Anthems for the Damned and is to have a song written for the Amalgamut on it. He also stated he would be moving away from the political lyrical content present in Anthems for the Damned. When asked about the direction of his upcoming music style in an interview with Suicide Girls on September 13, 2008, Patrick said, "Actually the stuff I'm writing right now for a record that I'm going to release sometime next year is actually way more heavy industrial, more electronic. There's probably not going to be that many live drums on it."
Filter Short Bus Album Download
Patrick and Jonathan Radtke entered the studio with producer Bob Marlette in April 2012 to work on the sixth Filter studio album, titled The Sun Comes Out Tonight. The first single off the new album, "What Do You Say", was released on April 2, 2013. A track entitled "We Hate It When You Get What You Want" was available on the band's official site as a free download (for a limited time). The official track listing for the album was released on March 18, 2013. The album was released on June 4, 2013. Phil Buckman announced that he has left Filter on October 1, 2013 after finishing a tour in support of Stone Temple Pilots. Tim Kelleher, former bassist for Thirty Seconds to Mars joined Filter in October 2013.
In August 2014, Patrick announced his intention to work on a seventh studio album in late 2014. Later revealed to be titled Crazy Eyes, he aimed to keep recording time short, with the goal of releasing the album in 2015. Patrick states that he plans on writing again with Radtke, and this time also with touring members Hayden Scott and Tim Kelleher. On June 8, 2014, Patrick announced via Facebook that former guitarist Geno Lenardo has been extended an invitation to write music with the band. Patrick later commented that he was unsure if Lenardo would be able to commit to the formal recording sessions or not. Patrick later announced that he would be collaborating again with Liesegang, with whom he created Short Bus, and producer Ben Grosse, who produced Title of Record and The Amalgamut. Patrick also confirmed that the band would be in the studio in February 2015, and would then go on tour with Coal Chamber through March and April.
Filter's third album, The Amalgamut, followed three years later, after which the band went on a short hiatus while Patrick entered rehabilitation for addiction. Around 2005, he announced the formation of a new band, Army of Anyone, which he created with former members of Stone Temple Pilots and David Lee Roth's touring band. However, Patrick did not abandon his original group, and Filter returned in 2008 with the emotional Anthems for the Damned, dedicated to a friend who was killed in Iraq. The band's first greatest-hits compilation, The Very Best Things (1995-2008), followed in 2009.
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(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle ).push();.Filter's 'The Amalgamut' Going Vinyl For First Time For 20th Anniversary 11-11-2022/* TFP - AntiMusic.com */(function() var opts = artist: "Filter",song: "",adunit_id: 100002197,div_id: "cf_async_" + Math.floor((Math.random() * 999999999));document.write('');var c=function()cf.showAsyncAd(opts);if(typeof window.cf !== 'undefined')c();elsecf_async=!0;var r=document.createElement("script"),s=document.getElementsByTagName("script");r.async=!0;r.src="//srv.clickfuse.com/showads/showad.js";r.readyState?r.onreadystatechange=function():r.onload=c;s.parentNode.insertBefore(r,s);)();(Chummy) Craft Recordings marks the 20th anniversary of Filter's critically acclaimed third studio album The Amalgamut with two special reissues, including the album's very first vinyl pressing. In stores on March 31st and available now to pre-order, the 2-LP edition is presented in a deluxe gatefold jacket and features the hits "Where Do We Go From Here" and "American Cliché," as well as "The Only Way (Is the Wrong Way)," which was featured in several films and commercials. An autographed opaque white pressing (limited to 500 copies worldwide) is also available exclusively at OfficialFilter.com.Beginning today, fans can also stream or download a new expanded edition of the 2002 album, featuring nine remixes and alternate takes of "Where Do We Go From Here"-all of which were previously unavailable on digital platforms. Among the highlights are two mixes by the popular British producer DJ Hyper, plus two re-imaginings of the song from the legendary New York City DJ crew the X-Ecutioners.When The Amalgamut was released in July 2002, Filter-and specifically its primary member, Richard Patrick-was at a crossroads. Formed in 1993 by Patrick (the first guitarist for Nine Inch Nails), Filter shot to dizzying heights with their unique blend of industrial pop and post-grunge alternative metal, while their 1995 debut, Short Bus, was a platinum-certified best-seller, thanks to the hit single "Hey Man Nice Shot." Two years later, Patrick enlisted a new line-up of musicians to record Filter's 1999 follow-up, Title of Record, including members of his touring band (guitarist Geno Lenardo and bassist Frank Cavanagh) and drummer Steven Gillis. While the platinum-selling Title of Record yielded Filter's biggest hit, "Take a Picture," Patrick's ongoing struggle with alcohol and substance abuse was reaching its peak.Feeling the pressure to deliver a third best-selling album, Patrick's demons only intensified as he began work with his bandmates and producers Ben Grosse (Depeche Mode, Underoath, Disturbed) and Rae DiLeo (Veruca Salt, Rufus Wainwright). Several of the songs on the album found Patrick addressing the powerful-and untenable-grip of addiction, including "God Damn Me" and "Where Do We Go from Here," in which he sings, "The combination of lost control/The loss of soul...I'm not so glad I met you." In addition to looking inward, Patrick also wrote about the turmoil that was taking place around the country during that time-from school shootings ("Columind," "American Cliché") to the terrorist attacks on September 11th ("The Missing").The Amalgamut had lighter moments as well. Much of the inspiration behind the album came from Patrick's travels across America. Initially, he was struck by the number of chain stores and fast-food restaurants in every town, and the lack of distinctiveness that had spread from region to region. But soon, as he explained to Sound Decisions, "I realized that the people of America are so cross-cultured now that that is where you are going to find [individuality]." He continued, "There are so many different, freethinking people, and that's a good thing. Within our homogeny you find incredible diversity." From that epiphany came the concept-and the title-for The Amalgamut.The album was well-received by fans and journalists alike, peaking at No.32 on the Billboard 200, while lead single "Where Do We Go From Here" landed at No.11 on Billboard's Hot Modern Rock Tracks and No.12 on Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks. But two months after the album dropped, just as the band was set to embark on an extensive tour, Patrick checked himself into a rehab facility and canceled all further engagements. "I went through a music phase where I was writing as I experienced my life within drugs and alcohol," Patrick told Cryptic Rock. "When I had gotten to the point when I couldn't go on stage f