FILTER Returns With 'Fades Like A Photograph' Single
FILTER has returned to the airwaves with its brand new single, "Fades Like A Photograph", which hit rock radio on October 30. The track will also be featured in the upcoming action sci-fi thriller movie and accompanying soundtrack, "2012", starring John Cusack; both to be released November 10. "Fades Like A Photograph" marks the first new music from the band since the 2008 release of "Anthems for the Damned".
FILTER is no stranger to movie soundtracks. Their music has been featured on soundtracks such as "Tales from the Crypt: Demon Knight", "Cable Guy", "Crow: City of Angels", "Songs in the Key of X: Music Inspired by 'The X-Files'", "Spawn: The Album"; "X-Files Original Soundtrack"; "Crow: Salvation" and "Little Nicky".
FILTER is currently is in the studio recording material for its next album, to be released in 2010. In the meantime, fans are getting a sneak peek into the process and upcoming music with "View From The Studio" videos posted by front man Richard Patrick on the band's YouTube page.
"Fades Like A Photograph" will be available for download on November 10.
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