This time a decade ago, South Africa wasn't exactly known for turning out hard rock bands. Now, a decade later, Seether have become one of the most successful and steadily consistent hard rock bands going. It all started on Aug. 20, 2002, when the group issued their 'Disclaimer' album, and it set them on the path to where they are today.

As a thank you to the fans that have been there through the last decade, the group has offered up a previously unreleased video for the song 'Sympathetic' off their debut disc. The video was definitely created at an earlier period for the band as the group feature as a four-piece in the clip and current drummer John Humphrey does not appear.

In addition, the band will release never-before-seen footage along with more exclusive content from that era in the weeks to come. Wind-up Records, which initially signed the group, has made the band's entire catalog available for $7.99 all this week and all tracks from the 'Disclaimer' and 'Disclaimer II' albums will be priced at $.69 for a limited time.

Since their debut disc, all of Seether's albums have been certified gold or platinum, and the band has strung together six No. 1 hits and 13 Top 10s on the Active Rock Chart, including three consecutive No. 1's ('Country Song,' 'Tonight,' and 'No Resolution') off their most recent album, 'Holding Onto Strings Better Left to Fray.'

Look for the band this fall headlining the Triple Threat Tour with Sick Puppies and Kyng, and circle Sept. 3 on your calendar for the group's inaugural Rise Above Fest in Gilford, N.H.

Watch Seether's 'Sympathetic' Video