Boston Blast Magazine’s Eiko Watanabe caught up with Filter guitarist Rob Patterson, who offered an inside look into working with Charlie Sheen and Filter’s upcoming European tour. Asked about the kind of person the actor is, Rob said, “Charlie is a wonderful, generous, smart, funny, and kind person. He is a family man. He is a very good friend, not [only] just [with] me but with all [his] friends. He is just a really great guy!” Check out the entire interview atblastmagazine.com.
Filter are out with the music video to their new single ‘The Inevitable Relapse’, off the Cleveland, Ohio alternative rock group’s fifth studio album ‘The Trouble with Angels’, out August 17th via Rocket Science Ventures. Watch the Jesus M. Rodriguez directed video via YouTube below.
Filter are out with the video to their new single ‘Soldiers Of Misfortune’, the lead release from the Los Angeles based industrial rock group’s fourth studio album ‘Anthems for the Damned’, out Tuesday (May 13) on Pulse Recording. Watch it below the fold.
Army Of Anyone singer Richard Patrick was on the phone with 104.7 The Edge in Albuquerque, New Mexico earlier this month. While sounding like a motivational speaker, the on hiatus Filter frontman talked about healthy living has made him a better singer, being clean over 4 years, how the band came together, how they came up with the band name, being people together, and more.
The interview audio at akamai.net has since been removed.
Richard Patrick, formerly of Nine Inch Nails and Filter, called in to 102.1 The Edge in Dallas on September 28th to talk about drug rehab, 25 days in the desert, and his new band, Army of Anyone.
The interview audio at KDGE.com has since been removed.
Filter and Army of Anyone frontman Richard Patrick has posted the following message on the Filter web site: “I’d like to congratulate my sister Cheri for completing her first marathon this past weekend. She ran the 2006 Los Angeles Marathon as a member of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s team in training. Although she was feeling under the weather, she continued on and completed the 26.2-mile race in 5 hours and 29 minutes. She was 10,654th out of 25,000 people, and came in 3,033rd out of all women. I’m proud to report that many of you here at the Filter website were very generous in helping Cheri raise money for a good ’cause, and for that I am grateful! My sister would also like to thank each of you personally: ‘Thanks FILTER FANS YOU ROCK!!!!! With your help, I was able to raise $4,090. Thanks so much for your donation and support!!!”
Richard Patrick of Filter 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!”
Richard Patrick of Filter has posted the following message on the group’s official web site: “Hey everybody, sorry I haven’t been posting the ‘Rich Words’ [section of the web site] as frequently as in the past, but as you can probably imagine, I’ve been pretty busy working on the new recordings. I hate to pat myself on the back but I’m really proud of myself because I’ve been working so hard on these songs and it’s definitely turning out to be the best music I’ve ever made. I’ve had the privilege to work with some great people through the course of these recordings and I’m really excited about how everything is sounding. I’ve also been able to check out some great concerts lately. I saw Muse the other night and I loved the show and I’m looking forward to seeing Slipknot at the Universal Amphitheatre next week. Well, I gotta head back to work, I’m a slave driver to myself. I’ll post again next week I promise!”
Richard Patrick of Filter was on hand for ‘The Girl Next Door’ premiere on Thursday (March 4) at Mann’s Grauman Chinese in Hollywood, California. Check out pictures from WireImage.
Filter frontman Richard Patrick has posted the following message to the “Rich’s Words” section of the group’s official web site: “Happy Holidays to all my online friends! I just want you to know that it’s been a great year for me and we’re still working on the new record. This material is fu**ing amazing, as I’ve said in the past, and I’ve got like 10 songs written. I’m really pleased with how it’s all coming out. As far as website updates, no news is good news because that means I’m keeping busy with this recording, but be advised that I will be releasing a full-length LP in the summer of 2004. Be sure to stop by the NEW Filter Discussion Group and check out the posts, I like to head over there on occasion and see what’s up. Stay golden, that’s it for me, seasons beatings and a Happy New Year to all.”