Seether frontman Shaun Morgan had a busy year touring in promotion for the band’s latest album ‘Holding Onto Strings Better Left to Fray.’ With all of this touring, Morgan recently told Loudwire that he likes to occupy his time with a good book while out on the road.
Seether have had much success with their latest album ‘Holding Onto Things Better Left to Fray,' and now the disc's debut single 'Country Song' has been named Billboard's Active Rock Song of the Year and Mediabase's No. 1 active rock song of 2011 in terms of airplay.
Seether's 'Holding Onto Strings Better Left to Fray' is an album full of hits that ascend to the top of the Active Rock charts with regularity. The band has chosen 'No Resolution' as the next single, and the song opens with a bluesy, almost countrified riff before launching into a full-scale rock attack.
Seether have had monster radio hits this year with ‘Country Song’ and ‘Tonight’ off of their new album ‘Holding on to Strings Better Left to Fray.’ Now, the band is deciding on what track from the album would work best as the next single.
It seems like RED is winning left and right these days, beating out Black Stone Cherry in our most recent Cage Match. If RED conquer the competition today, they are one more victory away from being Loudwire’s first ever Cage Match Hall of Famers.
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