New Filter single
2013-04-01 by Raul Stanciu STAFF | 19 Comments

Noisecreep is streaming Filter's first official single off The Sun Comes Out Tonight, called "What Do You Say". The band will join the Summerland 2013 Alternative Guitars Tour along with Everclear, Live and Sponge.

Check out the song and the tour dates here - http://www.noisecreep.com/2013/04/01/filter-what-do-you-say/

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Texture
April 1st 2013

40 Comments


Meh.

Band hasn't been relevant since three tracks into The Amalgamut.

henryChinaski
April 1st 2013

2456 Comments


Decent.

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deathofasalesman
April 1st 2013

5743 Comments


TAKE A PIIICTUUUUURRRRRREEE!!

ThyCrossAwaits
April 1st 2013

3007 Comments


hey man, nice song

Spec
April 1st 2013

26833 Comments


hahaha

Deadwing42
April 1st 2013

120 Comments


Have a feeling this album is going to suck

bloc
April 1st 2013

34489 Comments


The lyrics in the chorus are so damn bad, but the rest of the song is kinda nice actually.

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insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
April 1st 2013

3155 Comments


The other song they released was better.

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sinisterplague
April 1st 2013

147 Comments


Wait, people still give a shit about Filter?

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NonApplicable
April 1st 2013

1826 Comments


Where is the song? It isn't on the web page.

"Without any further adieu, Noisecreep is thrilled to bring you the exclusive premiere of "What Do
You Say," the first single off of Filter's The Sun Comes Out Tonight album."


Then Nothing...

insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
April 2nd 2013

3155 Comments


The Soundcloud app is buggy, but the track wasn't public on the band's official Soundcloud page. I had the same problem when I checked the site first. However, the second time it worked.

NonApplicable
April 2nd 2013

1826 Comments


I still can't get it to work but thanks for letting me know.

insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
April 2nd 2013

3155 Comments


http://www.iviewtube.com/v/209698/filter-what-do-you-say-%28full-new-song%29
alt link

cinaedus
April 2nd 2013

26195 Comments


Band is the epitome of slightly above average if title of record is any indication

CutMan
April 2nd 2013

1744 Comments


Song has that good ol' Filter feel, for the most part.

Wizard
April 2nd 2013

18757 Comments


^^^^ What Filter were you listening to?

Fucking awful song, what the fuck happened to this band?

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jmnewcomer18
April 3rd 2013

3409 Comments


sounds alot like the amalgamut in a way. am i the only one who thinks the drum beat at the beginning sounds alot like hey man nice shot?

Wizard
April 3rd 2013

18757 Comments


Nope, you're spot on.

jmnewcomer18
April 3rd 2013

3409 Comments


I can't tell if you're being a smartass or not



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