Seether are celebrating their career thus far with the upcoming double-disc hits collection 'Seether 2002-2013,' due Oct. 29. While the set features the band's most popular tunes, a few new songs are included and Loudwire proudly brings you the exclusive premiere of the track 'Safe to Say I've Had Enough.'

The song begins with a bluesy guitar and a plodding drum beat, but that's only to set the tone for the building explosion to come. Once the track hits the chorus, frontman Shaun Morgan is in full voice, belting the driving lyrics, "Stand with me / Singing as you cut me down / Stand with me / Safe to say I've had enough."

Bassist Dale Stewart says, "'Safe To Say I've Had Enough’ is one of the first songs we've recorded in a long time, long for Seether at least. I think it's a glimpse of things to come from us. Bands and music slowly evolve over time. Safe to say we've having fun and enjoying making the music we love.”

The song was produced by legendary studio master Brendan O'Brien in Los Angeles earlier this year and it should be noted that as Stewart stated, the track is said to be a taste of what's to come next year when the band continues their sessions with O'Brien for their next full-length studio album.

There are a number of pre-order CD and digital bundle options for 'Seether 2002-2013' available at the band's official website. Seether will tour in support of the hits collection this fall in Europe and Africa. The trek keeps them on the road during the month of November.

Listen to Seether's 'Safe to Say I've Had Enough'