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Filter Postpone ‘Title of Record’ 20th Anniversary Tour

Filter was slated to kick off the tour on Saturday (Oct. 19), but announced this week that it was postponing the outing due to scheduling conflicts.

Filter has postponed a planned outing to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the band’s sophomore release, Title of Record. The tour, which was slated to kick off on Saturday (Oct. 19) and keep the Richard Patrick-fronted band on the road through Nov. 27, is on hold for now with no make-up dates announced at press time.

“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,” the band wrote in a Facebook post. “Refunds will be given at point of purchase.?” A deluxe, remastered edition of Title was released by Craft Recordings in August, with two bonus tracks that originally appeared on movie soundtracks, “(Can’t You) Trip Like I Do” and “Jurassitol” and remixes of “The Best Things” and “Take a Picture.”


In an interview with Billboard earlier this year, Patrick said looking back on the album two decades later, “Title of Record means so much to me. It was a really amazing part of my life. I listen to that record, and I know that was definitely one of the high-water marks of my career, certainly the one that was the most visible to the world.” The reissue was released on CD and digital, as well as on vinyl for the first time as a double LP.