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Seether

Seether

One of South Africa’s most successful musical exports, Seether rode the wave of post-grunge bands that blended alternative and metallic influences to establish themselves as a creative force to be reckoned with, both on stage and in the studio. Initially utilizing the name Saron Gas, singer/guitarist Shaun Morgan, bassist Dale Stewart and drummer Dave Cohoe released an independent album named ‘Fragile’ (2000) in their homeland before attracting the attention of New York-based Wind-up Records. The trio then changed their name to Seether ahead of the international debut, ‘Disclaimer’ (2002), which boasted no less than ten distinct cover images, featured session drums from Josh Frese, and eventually went Gold thanks to back-breaking tours and a timely collaboration with Evanescence’s Amy Lee on a re-recorded ‘Broken.’ In fact, Seether (which had expanded to a quartet with the arrival of lead guitarist Pat Callahan and drummer John Humphrey) was kept so busy by their record label that 2004 saw the release of ‘Disclaimer II’ (collecting remixes and leftover cuts) as a means of giving fans something new to take home for the holidays. 2005 finally saw the arrival of Seether’s next complete album of new material, ‘Karma and Effect,’ which included another smash hit in ‘Remedy,’ but preceded the departure of Callahan and frontman Morgan’s entry into rehab, negating the band’s plans to tour with Staind and Three Days Grace. But even these bad experiences helped fuel the creative process behind Seether’s next album, 2007’s aptly named ‘Finding Beauty in Negative Spaces,’ which met with widespread acclaim and necessitated the recruitment of new guitarist Troy McLawhorn (ex-Evanescence) for the next two years of intense touring. Seether’s winning streak has continued unabated in the years since, which have included two more studio albums (2011’s ‘Holding Onto Strings Better Left to Fray’ and ’14’s ‘Isolate and Medicate’) as well as their first greatest hits set, released in 2013.

  • Selected Discography: ‘Disclaimer’ (2002), ‘Karma and Effect’ (2005), ‘Isolate and Medicate’ (2014)
  • Related Artists: Three Days Grace, Evanescence
  • Further Reading: ‘Isolate & Medicate’ Album Review
 
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Seether Don Sinister Smiles for ‘Betray and Degrade’ Video

Turn that frown upside down and grin along with Seether's 'Betray and Degrade' video.

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Evil Robb Photography
Evil Robb Photography

Photo Gallery: 2017 Rise Above Fest 2017 Featuring Korn, Shinedown, Stone Sour, Seether + More

See our photos from the 2017 Rise Above Festival right here.

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Seether Dedicate Rise Above Festival to Chester Bennington and Chris Cornell

The Bangor, Maine festival will be held in the singers' honors.

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Screengrab via YouTube

Seether Deliver Powerful Cover of Thrice’s ‘Black Honey’

Hear the hard rockers tackle the post-hardcore track, adding a new, louder layer to the original.

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ShipRocked
ShipRocked

Stone Sour, Seether + In This Moment Lead 2018 ShipRocked Lineup

The first wave of artists announcements for the 2018 ShipRocked cruise has been revealed.

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Chad Bowar
Chad Bowar

Seether Perform ‘Broken’ With Letters From the Fire’s Alexa Kabazie in Pittsburgh

Seether recently added a female vocal to 'Broken' in Pittsburgh, with Letters From the Fire's Alexa Kabazie joining Shaun Morgan on the mic.

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Amy Harris for Loudwire
Amy Harris for Loudwire

Rock on the Range 2017: Korn, Papa Roach, Seether, Frank Carter + More Highlight Day 2 [Photos]

Check out our recap and exclusive photo gallery of Rock on the Range 2017 Day 2.

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Chad Bowar
Chad Bowar

Carolina Rebellion 2017: Exclusive Seether Interview + Photos

We caught Seether at Carolina Rebellion, and we also spoke with bassist Dale Stewart about the band's new album, playing with Clint Lowery and more.

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Liz Ramanand, Loudwire
Liz Ramanand, Loudwire

Seether Say ‘Count Me Out’ in Gloomy New Song

As we get closer to the release of 'Poison the Parish,' Seether have released another new single, 'Count Me Out.'

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Photo by Marina Chavez, Concord Music Group

Seether’s New Song ‘Nothing Left’ Is Dark and Contemplative

Seether continue to prove their down the heavier path once again with the brooding new track 'Nothing Left.'

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