Filter – Make America Hate Again Tour w/ Orgy, Vampires Everywhere!, Death Valley High

Theatre of Living Arts

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The force behind the 1995 smash “Hey Man, Nice Shot” brings their industrial-rock mayhem to tracks from 2016’s Crazy Eyes; Orgy opens

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Filter – Make America Hate Again Tour w/ Orgy, Vampires Everywhere!, Death Valley High

  • How Filter screamed their way into your heart: with 1995’s “Hey Man, Nice Shot”
  • How they stayed there: by lacing mechanical yet cathartic guitars with Richard Patrick’s urgent voice and hooks that stuck to your ribs
  • What 2013’s The Sun Comes Out Tonight did: continued their trademark blend of electronic, rock, and industrial music with singles such as “We Hate It When You Get What You Want”
  • What’s new: 2016’s Crazy Eyes, which partnered with PledgeMusic to give fans a glimpse into the writing and recording process
  • And: new touring members—guitarist Oumi Kapila, bass player Ashley Dzerigian, and drummer Chris Reeve
  • Opening: fellow industrial rockers Orgy (“Stitches” and “Blue Monday”), plus Vampires Everywhere and Death Valley High
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    Theatre of Living Arts

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    Philadelphia, PA 19147

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