Another new Filter song

2013-05-21 by Raul Stanciu STAFF | 11 Comments
Filter have premiered another song off their upcoming record, The Sun Comes Out Tonight. According to front man Richard Patrick, 'Self-Inflicted' tells the story from a mass shooter's point of view.

He also added: “I wanted to try and understand the mass shooter, so I created a character, wrote the lyrics and performed it from the perspective of the shooter … based on the psychology I read that said there was a pattern,” he explains. “For example, an event like Columbine, [looking at it as if] the shooters were the victims and that somehow we or society made them do it — that somehow they were the victims. That this was self-inflicted.”

Listen to 'Self-Inflicted' here - http://loudwire.com/filter-self-inflicted-exclusive-song-premiere/?trackback=fbshare

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henryChinaski
May 21st 2013
2924 Comments


Average.

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insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
May 21st 2013
3554 Comments


Yeah, standard Filter song.

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Green Baron
May 21st 2013
21158 Comments


neat lyrical matter, but just ordinary Filter

jmnewcomer18
May 21st 2013
3450 Comments


the album is shaping up to be a solid 3.5 so far. Good song.

Deadwing42
May 21st 2013
146 Comments


Best song from the album yet. I wasn't a huge fan of the others. This is definitely standard Filter, but its very well done. It would have fit in on The Trouble With Angels (good thing imo) and I don't really think the others would have.

jmnewcomer18
May 21st 2013
3450 Comments


"What Do You Say" was really good. This and the other 2 kinda suck

bloc
May 21st 2013
35194 Comments


This is awesome

Wizard
May 21st 2013
19772 Comments


This is gonna be the worst album in their discog. Wish they would do another album like their first four.

I wanted to try and understand the mass shooter, so I created a character, wrote the lyrics and performed it from the perspective of the shooter … based on the psychology I read that said there was a pattern,” he explains. “For example, an event like Columbine, [looking at it as if] the shooters were the victims and that somehow we or society made them do it — that somehow they were the victims. That this was self-inflicted.”

Is Richard Patrick fucking high as a kite? He did "Columind" on The Amalgamut.

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Hopelust
May 22nd 2013
1279 Comments


"Is Richard Patrick fucking high as a kite? He did "Columind" on The Amalgamut."

That is verbatim what I was thinking.

Wizard
May 22nd 2013
19772 Comments


New songs are atrocious at best. Sounds nothing like what they should sound like.

jmnewcomer18
May 22nd 2013
3450 Comments


so far this is shaping up to be very disappointing. so was the last album. title of record, anthems for the damned, and amalgamut were all great albums




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