Platinum-selling alternative-industrial rockers Filter announces their first headline shows in Australia and New Zealand since 2000 as part of The Algorithm World Tour.

The Australian tour, starting in April 2024, follows a 6-month-long trek that crisscrossed the United States and Canada, and then is scheduled to go across the pond in March 2024 and hit such countries as The Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, France, the Czech Republic, Austria, Poland, and the U.K.  Tickets for all shows on sale now:

“Australia and New Zealand are two of the most beautiful and welcoming countries I’ve ever been to. Every time we tour, I push our reps to try and get us back there. Unfortunately, due to circumstance beyond our control like a global pandemic, it’s been way too long,” Filter main man Richard Patrick said. “Rock fans there are a very loyal and devoted bunch, and I know we will bring it when get Down Under. I really cannot wait.”

This year marks the 30th anniversary of the band’s birth. In 1993, founder and lead vocalist Patrick placed an ad in Scene Magazine in Cleveland, OH, shortly after leaving Nine Inch Nails as their touring guitarist, looking to form a band that would eventually evolve into Filter.

Patrick has spent three decades pushing the boundaries of musical expression. Filter’s debut album, ‘Short Bus‘, achieved platinum status, propelled by “Hey Man Nice Shot.” The success continued with ‘Title of Record,’ also going platinum thanks to crossover hit “Take A Picture.”
This year Patrick unleashed the new Filter album “The Algorithm,” which has delivered a sonic revolution for fans worldwide and has been called the band’s “best record in 20 years.”

Live Patrick hasn’t lost one iota of his in-your-face, punk-meets-rock persona. He still “belts out the lyrics with pure energy and aggression” and his band always deliver an intense, in-your-face performance.

“Richard Patrick had some mega energy and was right in the middle of the crowd…I mean literally. He was crowd-surfing while singing” (Media Mikes)

“Filter, the great industrial rock that we come to expect is back” (Rock Revolt Magazine)

“The live energy of Filter cannot be denied” (Rock N Load Magazine)

“Hell of a show! Great set list, and Richard’s voice still burns!”

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EU/UK Tour dates March 2024:

March 8 – Enschede, Netherlands – Metropool

March 9 – Sneek, Netherlands – Het Bolwerk

March 10 – Antwerp, Belgium – Trix

March 12 – Manchester, UK – Gorilla

March 13 – Glasgow, UK – Classic Grand

March 15 – Birmingham, UK – 02 Academy 2

March 16 – London, UK – 02 Academy Islington

March 17 – Paris, France – Le Petit Bain

March 19 – Zürich, Switzerland – Dynamo

March 20 – Stuttgart, Germany – Im Wizemann

March 22 – Munich, Germany – Backstage Halle

March 23 – Vienna, Austria – Flex

March 24 – Prague, Czechoslovakia – Palac Akropolis

March 25 – Krakow, Poland – Kamienna12

March 27 – Berlin, Germany – Lido

March 28 – Cologne, Germany – Club Volta

March 29 – Hamburg, Germany – Knust

March 30 – Aschaffenburg, Germany – Colos-Saal

Australia and New Zealand dates:

April 3 Auckland, New Zealand – Powerstation

April 5 Melbourne, Australia – The Croxton

April 6 Sydney, Australia – The Metro Theatre

April 7 Brisbane, Australia – The Triffid

April 9 Adelaide, Australia – The Gov

April 10 Perth, Australia – Magnet House