Filter's Indiegogo campaign has currently reached $7,300 of its $40,000, and to sweeten the pot the band is adding a few new perks for their fans. Funds from the campaign go to helping offset costs incurred on their world tour.

New perks added to the campaign include a limited edition t-shirt for $40 and a limited edition hoodie for $65. However, fans with a bit more cash can may want to shell out $750, an amount which enables them to create their own set list of Filter songs they want to hear. The caveat, however, is that this perk is limited to one person per market and the VIP member will choose from a list of options that are presented by the band.

Previously announced perks include the ability to Skype with the group ($450), getting coffee with Richard Patrick ($250) and a signed CD of their new album 'The Sun Comes Out Tonight' ($20). More perks are expected to be added throughout the campaign.

Filter's music received a bit of the Hollywood treatment this year, as their cover of 'Happy Together' was seen in the trailer for 'The Great Gatsby.' Their current single, 'What Do You Say,' has charted in the top 20 on the rock charts and is gaining momentum.

The band, who embark on a European tour in August, has until July 11 to meet their Indiegogo funding goal. If the group do not reach the $40,000, Filter will still keep whatever funds were raised during the campaign thanks to Indiegogo's "flex funding" feature.