We As Human spent the summer on the road with the Carnival of Madness tour alongside Shinedown, Papa Roach, Skillet and In This Moment. We As Human is back on tour this October – in support of Filter, RED, and Otherwise. Check below for dates!
WE AS HUMAN ON TOUR
10/3 – West Hollywood, CA – House of Blues
10/4 – Anaheim, CA – House Of Blues
10/6 – San Francisco, CA – The Regency Ballroom
10/8 – Salt Lake City, UT – The Depot
10/9 – Denver, CO – The Summit Music Hall
10/11 – Indianapolis, IN – Egyptian Room / Old National Centre
10/12 – Ft. Wayne, IN – Piere’s
10/13 – Baltimore, MD – Fishhead Cantina
10/15 – Ardmore, PA – The Ardmore Music Hall
10/16 – New York, NY – The Gramercy Theatre
10/17 – Lancaster, PA – Chameleon Club
10/18 – Vienna, WV – Fishbone Gill and Grill
10/19 – Flint, MI – The Machine Shop
10/20 – Racine, WI – Rt. 20
10/22 – Chicago, IL – House Of Blues
10/24 – Little Rock, AR – Juanita’s
10/25 – Broussard, LA – The Station Bar & Grill
10/27 – Fort Smith, AR – Longhorn Saloon
10/29 – Rockford, IL – District Bar & Grill
10/30 – Louisville, KY – Diamond Pub & Billiards
We As Human spent the summer touring alongside Shinedown, Skillet, Papa Roach and In This Moment on the Carnival Of Madness Tour in support of their recently released self-titled debut record, produced by Howard Benson (Skillet, My Chemical Romance). The album was released on June 25th and was described by The Front Row Report as “the epitome of what rock music is missing these days,” while Artist Direct said the album is “as powerful as it is passionate.”
The music video for “Strike Back” features an appearance by John Cooper of Skillet, who discovered We As Human and played a pivotal role in signing the band to Atlantic Records/Hear It Loud.
Check it out below!
Wind-up Records has announced the signing of rock act Filter. The band is currently readying a new album in Los Angeles at BLUE ROOM studio’s with producer Bob Marlette. Formed in 1993, Filter has enjoyed significant success over the past two decades, This will be the band’s sixth studio album, and follows the 2010 offering The Trouble with Angels. The bands decorated history also includes such platinum and gold recordings as Short Bus (1995), Title of Record (1999), The Amalgamut (2002), and Anthems for the Damned (2008).
The album is being written and recorded by leader Richard Patrick and guitarist Jonny Radtke, as well as collaborator Marlette. There will also be performances from touring members Jeff Friedl and Elias Mallin (drums) and Phil Buckman (bass). The lead single will impact radio in March with the album following in May, 2013.
Wind-up Records President Ed Vetri shares, “We’re thrilled to welcome Richard Patrick and Filter into the Wind-up family. This is a successful band with an extremely impressive body of work and I’m happy to say that based on the demos I’ve heard, this new album could very well be their best to date. Filter is more committed than ever to delivering great repertoire and bringing these songs to life at their live shows throughout 2013.” Filter singer Richard Patrick adds, “We’re excited to enter a new phase of our career with Wind-up. They’re expecting great things from us and we plan to deliver.”
Filter is managed by Jamie Talbot / Suretone Entertainment, and booked by Andrew Goodfriend / TKO in North America, with Steve Strange / X-ray for international appearances.
ShipRocked is very pleased to announce that the amazing rock supergroup Another Animal will be joining us onboard the cruise this November!
Incorporating elements of hard rock, metal, punk and grunge, Another Animal features three members of Godsmack – guitarist Tony Rombola, bassist Robbie Merrill and drummerShannon Larkin, along with original Godsmack guitarist Lee Richards (ex-Dropbox) and ex-Ugly Kid Joe singer Whitfield Crane.
The seeds of Another Animal were planted in 2004 when Godsmack was on their tour with Metallica and flourished in 2006 during the Godsmack sessions for the IV album. The band released its self-titled debut album in 2007 and first single “Broken Again” reached #8 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. 2011 marks the return of Another Animal with the release of a new single “Fall of Rome” due to impact radio this Fall. The band will follow up the single release with a full-length record slated for 2012.
Another Animal joins a stout lineup that includes Buckcherry, Broken Teeth, Queensryche, Sevendust, Hinder, Hell Yeah, Sick Puppies, Candlebox, Filter, Living Colour, In This Moment and Lynam.
Non-stop touring rock act ANEW REVOLUTION have announced summer tour dates on the “UNDER THE SKIN OF ANGELS TOUR” opening for FILTER and SALIVA along side HEART SET SELF DESTRUCT.
“It’s going to be a busy Summer for us! We’re totally pumped to be touring with the rock veterans and are looking forward to meeting Heart Set Self Destruct. All this touring has motivated us to write and record more music, so look for that to be the next step in the ANEW REVOLUTION evolution. The wild ride keeps on going and we love it, horns high!” says bassist Frank Salvaggio. Dates will span throughout most of the west.
7/17/11 – Dubuque , IA – Courtside
7/19/11 – Grand Island , NE – Heartland Events Center
7/20/11 – Wichita , KS – Cotillion
7/21/11 – Denver , CO – The Summit Music Hall
7/22/11 – Colorado Springs , CO – The Black Sheep
7/24/11 – IdahoFalls , ID – The Tropics
7/25/11 – Spokane , WA – Knitting Factory
7/26/11 – Seattle , WA – El Corazon
7/27/11 – Portland , OR – Hawthorne Theater
7/28/11 – Pasco , WA – Trac Center
7/30/11- Madison, WI Willow Island (94.1 JJO BAND CAMP)
7/31/11 – WestHollywood , CA – Key Club
8/2/11 – Anaheim , CA – The Grove of Anaheim
8/4/11 – El Paso , TX – Speaking Rock Entertainment Center
8/5/11 – Lubbock , TX – Jake’s
8/6/11 – Dallas, TX – Trees
8/7/11 – Abilene , TX – Lucky Mule Saloon
8/9/11 – Pharr , TX – Pharr Entertainment Center
8/10/11 – Houston , TX – Scout Bar
8/11/11 – Tulsa , OK – Osage Million Dollar Elm Casino
ANEW REVOLUTION have been touring non stop with acts like SEVENDUST, 10 YEARS, HELL YEAH and most recently finished a successful run with DROWNING POOL.
The band saw the release of their sophomore eOne release “iMerica” in last year which has kept them on the road constantly in support. They shot a video for their popular single “Head Against The Wall” which can be seen HERE.
Check out the brand new video clip “Fades Like A Photograph”featuring Sonja Kinski, taken from the album “The Trouble With Angels”. The song “Fades Like A Photograph was originally found on the 2012 Original Motion Picture Soundtrack.
Filter has released a new video, “No Love” in support of their new CD, The Trouble With Angels. Check it out below!
Multi- platinum rock band Filter will release a new single, ‘No Love’ from their critically acclaimed album, The Trouble With Angels. The band will hit the road in support of the new album and single – The No Love Tour kicks off October 22nd in Dallas, Texas (see tour dates below)
Filter just returned from Iraq, after performing five consecutive shows. This was the band’s second trip to play for the troops, with one show in Kuwait as well as four other military bases. “It’s always a blast when we’re out there,” says Richard Patrick. “The folks fighting these wars deserve a good time because they really are amazing. It surprises me how many bands get asked to play there and turn it down. It’s a life changing experience.”
Filter has also announced the release of a new mobile music remixing app from MIT Technology Group, Corp. The myRMX app for iPhone/iPod Touch will include two tracks, “Drug Boy,” and “The Inevitable Relapse,” from the new album. The app allows Filter fans to enter the myRMX realm of remixing user-generated content, social sharing and personalization all through their iPhone/iPod Touch.
FILTER ‘NO LOVE’ TOUR
Oct 22 Dallas, TX @ Palladium Ballroom
Oct 23 The Woodlands, TX (Buzzfest w/ BUSH & more)
Oct 24 Tyler, TX @ The Venue Down Under
Oct 27 Little Rock, AR @ Rev Room
Oct 29 Knoxville, TN @ Valarium
Oct 31 Chattanooga, TN @ Rhythm & Brews
Nov 1 Nashville, TN @ Exit/In
Nov 2 Cleveland, Oh @ The Grog Shop
Nov 4 Flint, MI @ Machine Shop
Nov 5 Grand Rapids, MI @ The Intersection
Nov 6 Chicago, IL @ The Cubby Bear
Nov 9 Des Moines, IA @ People’s Court
Nov 11 Fargo, ND @ The Venue
Nov 12 St Paul, MN @ Station 4
More dates TBA…
Check out the newest video from Filter, “The Inevitable Relapse”. Filter’s new album, The Trouble With Angels will be released on August 17th, 2010.
Filter has their new song, “The Inevitable Relapse” available as a free download on their website. Go here to get it now!
DEBUT SINGLE ‘THE INEVITABLE RELAPSE’ IMPACTING RADIO JUNE 21st
Track listing confirmed
Platinum rock band, Filter will release their fifth studio album, The Trouble With Angels this August on Rocket Science Ventures. Fans of the band’s Short Bus and Title of Record will be ecstatic to hear Richard Patrick return to his industrial roots.
Rocket Science owner Kevin Day says, “I have known Richard for a good while and have been a fan of his music and the Filter ‘sound’ since their first release. The Trouble With Angels is exciting because it’s a strong return to the sonically dark jet engine growl that Filter invented and defined.”
Produced by Bob Marlette (Black Sabbath, Atreyu, Saliva) the album’s debut single, ‘The Inevitable Relapse,’ features thundering chords and an isolated bass line that both conjure and modernize Filter’s signature sound. “People think ‘The Inevitable Relapse’ is about addiction, consumption, and obsession, but they’re wrong,” says Richard Patrick. “It’s a love song.” The single will be impacting Active Rock and Alternative radio June 21st.
Filter will also be releasing a limited edition 7” vinyl single, exclusively for the Record Store Day coalition of stores on July 6th, featuring ‘The Inevitable Relapse” album version and a Rob Patterson 666 re-mix on the B-side.
Richard Patrick has taken Angels to the next level both lyrically and musically, employing some of the best in the business for the upcoming tour. The live band features Patrick on vocals and guitar, guitarist Rob Patterson (Korn, Otep), bassist Phil Buckman and longtime Filter drummer, Mika Fineo.
Hear the new single:
For news and tour info:
The Trouble With Angels track listing:
1. The Inevitable Relapse
2. Drug Boy
3. Absentee Father
4. No Love
5. Fades Like a Photograph (Dead Angel)
6. Down With Me
7. Catch A Falling Knife
8. The Trouble With Angels
10. No Re-Entry
Earlier this year, I saw Saving Abel, Seether and Nickelback live. My wife is a Nickelback fan, and I honestly thought I was taking one for the team by going to see this show. My wife goes to see quite a few bands that she doesn’t care for, so I definitely owe her a bunch.
I like Saving Abel and Seether well enough. In fact, I saw Seether just a few days prior to this show. This was my first time to see Nickelback live, and I must say, I was pretty surprised by their show. It was like an old school 80’s rock concert. This band often takes a bad rap, but I enjoyed their show, and wouldn’t hesitate to go see them again.
I was able to capture a few clips from the show, including Nickelback’s performance of the Filter song,”Hey Man Nice Shot” with Seethers, Shaun Morgan.
Enjoy the clips below!
FILTER is back.
After a five-year hiatus and a successful run with Army of Anyone, RICHARD PATRICK has reclaimed his legacy with FILTER for ANTHEMS FOR THE DAMNED, due out this May.
Produced by Josh Abraham (Slayer, 30 Seconds to Mars, Velvet Revolver, Staind, Courtney Love), PATRICK calls ANTHEMS FOR THE DAMNED his “howl in the night,” a harsh indictment of civilization that doesn’t exclude himself from its vision of a world falling apart.
The album’s first single “Soldiers of Misfortune” will be released later this month. PATRICK describes the soaring anthem–with its U2/Bowie flavor and stacked backdrop of buzzing electric guitars–as a “sardonic anti-war/pro-troops song.” The first-person narrative was inspired by a letter from a FILTER fan who had enlisted in the Army reserves to get his college tuition paid; in his final year of college, he was shipped off to Iraq where he died from a rocket attack and small arms fire after just a few days of duty.
FILTER will preview tracks from ANTHEMS FOR THE DAMNED alongside such FILTER classics as “Hey Man, Nice Shot,” “Take a Picture” and others when they hit the road for special California club shows next month. The band will follow the shows with additional U.S. shows just prior to the album’s release, mixing headlining shows, festival appearances and radio shows.
ANTHEMS FOR THE DAMNED features such collaborators as guitarist/songwriter John 5, guitarist Wes Borland and drummer Josh Freese and marks FILTER’s first release in five years since The Amalgamut. Pointed and passionate, the new album traces PATRICK’s own anger and shame with the state of things, from the intense alternative industrial blast of “The Take,” “What’s Next” and “Hatred is Contagious,” the ultimate resignation of “Kill the Day” and “Lie After Lie” to the tentative hope expressed by “Only You” and the ambient soundscape of the closing “Can Stop This.”
March 3 Orangevale, CA Boardwalk
March 4 San Francisco, CA Café DuNord