New Filter record and song

2013-03-18 by Raul Stanciu STAFF | 26 Comments
Filter have revealed the title of their upcoming record, The Sun Comes Out Tonight, scheduled to be released on June 4 through Wind-Up Records. The Sun Comes Out Tonight has been written mainly by founder and only consistent member, Richard Patrick, along with guitar player Johnny Radtke.

The band has also made available for a short amount of time a free stream and download of the opening track, "We Hate It When You Get What You Want", available on their official website - http://www.officialfilter.com/

Here is the tracklist of The Sun Comes Out Tonight:

1. We Hate It When You Get What You Want

2. What Do You Say

3. Surprise

4. Watch The Sun Come Out Tonight

5. It's Got To Be Right Now

6. This Finger's For You

7. Self Inflicted

8. First You Break It

9. Burn It

10. Take That Knife Out Of My Back

11. It's My Time

12. It's Just You

Tagged: Filter

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insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
March 18th 2013
4233 Comments


I dig the new track, it sounds like a harder AWOLNATION. I hope the rest of the is heavier though.

Digging: The Black Angels - Death Song

CK
March 18th 2013
6104 Comments


Awesome news :D

Acrosstheshield13
March 18th 2013
797 Comments


HEEEYYYYY MAAAAAAN, NICE SHOT. WHAT A GOOD SHOT MAN

ILJ
March 18th 2013
6929 Comments


that song will never get old

insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
March 18th 2013
4233 Comments


They have a hard time making a better song than Hey Man, Nice Shot.

Fieryfenderz
March 18th 2013
1805 Comments


Where's Hey Man Nice Shot Pt. 2?

henryChinaski
March 18th 2013
3683 Comments


Their last album was surprisingly solid. Looking forward to this. New track's good.

Digging: Gleemer - Moving Away

bloc
March 18th 2013
40804 Comments


They have a hard time making a better song than Hey Man, Nice Shot.

You're damn right.

Song is pretty good though, it's got a nice upbeat feel.

omnipanzer
March 18th 2013
21813 Comments


Oh no... I loved Short Bus but barely cared about Title Of Record. Anything they've done since then worth a damn?

Deadwing42
March 18th 2013
201 Comments


The Trouble with Angels was pretty damn solid... This track isn't bad- but Richard Patrick has done much, much better. However, I'm confident the new album will be good. They probably won't ever do anything better than "Hey Man," but as a debut single, it set the bar really damn high. "Title of Record" was one of the best albums of the 90s IMO.

omnipanzer
March 18th 2013
21813 Comments


I thought it was Okay but I can't hear "Take A Picture" ever again.

Underflow
March 18th 2013
3739 Comments


Sweet.

Apollo
March 18th 2013
10670 Comments


Band hasn't released anything decent since The Amalgamut

omgraptors
March 18th 2013
843 Comments


The Trouble with Angels was rly enjoyable

MegaJake1024
March 18th 2013
827 Comments


Hey Man, Nice Shot is one of my favorite songs ever. Trouble is they haven't released anything like it since then. Song's good but not great.

Wizard
March 18th 2013
20075 Comments


Love these guys, can't wait for this album to drop.

TrephineArtist
March 18th 2013
233 Comments


New song is ok-ish. Hope its not one of the highlights from the new disc.

Also 'The inevitable relapse' from the last album is a great tune (video is BRUTAL!).

Underflow
March 18th 2013
3739 Comments


Title of Record is awesome.

mursu
March 18th 2013
256 Comments


I've only heard The Amalgamut from them and it was pretty good.

PayneTiger777
March 18th 2013
4501 Comments


I've always enjoyed the music they put out. Title of Record is still my favorite.

This is a random fact, but Richard Patrick's brother is Robert Patrick who played T-1000 in Terminator 2.

PistolPete
March 18th 2013
4267 Comments


It's alright, kinda miss the heaviness from the last album. Like it's heavy...but it's artificial sounding not raw.

Can't wait to hear this though, they're a personal favorite.

Digging: Dirge - Hyperion

GiantSpeck
March 18th 2013
267 Comments


I feel like I've heard this song before. Or at least, the chorus.

NonApplicable
March 19th 2013
2406 Comments


The Trouble with Angels was one of my favorite records the year it came out. I've been waiting for an update from the Filter Camp for a while! What's surprising to me is around a year and a half ago they announced they had almost finished a new album called Gourney and the Babbling Brooks(or something).

Wizard
March 19th 2013
20075 Comments


This is a random fact, but Richard Patrick's brother is Robert Patrick who played T-1000 in Terminator 2.

And has played a millon other characters in movies plus took over Mulder and killed the X-Files for me. But he was awesome as the T-1000.

Maggie
March 19th 2013
1 Comments


We Hate It When You Get What You Want, makes you wonder what the story is behind the song. I like it. It will be good to find out, come June, if Richard Patrick can deliver the same quality throughout the rest of the album. Looking forward to hearing it.

jmnewcomer18
May 9th 2013
3815 Comments


Good song, although the other song released is wayyy better.



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