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“We were all given an extra helping of FILTH on this night. The guys were as amazing and outrageous as ever. Their devious and FILTHY little plan is working…..with solid ass kicking metal, these consummate showmen are proving one set after another that metal can definitely be good fun…. Why, be so dark and serious all the time? The more we see ‘em, the more we love ‘em, as they progressively move forward teasing us with just a little more naughtiness each show.”
“The band’s live show is something that must be seen to be appreciated and enjoyed. The band members, Eric Mann (vocals), Mike Andes (guitar), Mikey Vettel (bass) and Freddie Hull (drums), feel duty bound to put the fun back into a live music show. Their attitude and passion along with numerous stage props and skits enhanced their music, taking it up several levels beyond what has become the norm for live music shows. Witnesses to the spectacle Friday night didn’t even need to be metal fans to enjoy the show and end the night with a smile on their face.”
“They were raw, intense, and incredible on this tiny little stage. And just being honest here…. I’ve never heard them sound better. F.I.L.T.H. kicked ass in a big way (sadly, we didn’t get to see Eric’s this time). The entire place was totally engulfed in their filthy little world even without all the accoutrements of their usual show.”
“With their show at The Haven coming up Friday night, July 27th, we were privileged to get a peek into the world of F.I.L.T.H. And while not necessarily Ms. Rose’s opinion on things, we are most happy to present this straight up, in-your-face, take no prisoners interview with Eric Mann and Mike Andes.”
“Unique question to ask all of you, will you be apart of the F.I.L.T.H Nation? Metal has a new addition, might I introduce F.I.L.T.H”