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    Filter have postponed their immediate live dates due to scheduling conflicts with the film scoring work of the band’s mastermind, Richard Patrick. In a statement on the matter issued today (October 14th,) the band commented:

    “Due to scheduling conflicts and deadlines for Richard Patrick‘s work in film scoring, the Filter dates announced previously will be postponed to an undetermined later date. Refunds will be given at point of purchase.”

    The band were scheduled to commence a 20th anniversary tour for their platinum-selling 1999 album “Title Of Record” later this month. That trek was set to run from October 19th through to November 27th with Silver Snakes and more opening.

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