FILTER Looking For Extras To Appear In New Video

April 22, 2002

FILTER will shoot a video for the track "Where Do We Go From Here", the first single from the group's upcoming The Amalgamut CD, on Saturday, April 27th, and they are looking for authentic FILTER fans to participate all ethnicities are welcome as long as you are hip, cool and way into FILTER, according to the band's official web site. Interested parties must:

- be between 18 and 25 years old,
- live in the Los Angeles/Orange County area
- be available Saturday April 27th all day and night (you must stay for the entire shoot, which will last approximately 14 hours)
- be willing to do this for the love of the band, no financial compensation.

If you meet these requirements, send your name, age and telephone number to [email protected]. If you qualify, you will receive a phone call with additional information.

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