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Album Review

Cleveland’s post-industrialists regenerate their roots

Filter’s seventh studio outing sees frontman and sole remaining founder Richard Patrick reaffirm his dedication to early 90s post-industrial rock with buzzsaw guitars and unhinged vocals that have just plowed through the guardrails of sanity.

The familiar metallic chug and deranged sing-speak of openers Mother E and Nothing In My Hands suggests a depressingly formulaic rehash of Short Bus, but instead these tracks set dramatic reference points for the audacious experimentalism to come.

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