Seether take an introspective look with their latest single 'Words as Weapons,' but it's more of a reflective look that dominates the visuals for the song's video.

The band headed to the historic Vasquez Rocks to shoot the video, which makes great use of mirrors and sunlight, as well as some very active body-suited extras. The video was actually inspired by the work of French expressionist Jean Conteau and his 1949 film, 'Orpheus.'

'Words as Weapons' is the lead single off the band's 'Isolate and Medicate' album. The group also recently previewed another hard-hitting track, 'Suffer It All,' which is currently available as an instant download for pre-ordering 'Isolate and Medicate' via iTunes. The disc drops on July 1 and pre-orders for the album can also be found at Amazon.

In other Seether news, the band has announced plans for a special album release show at New York City's Gramercy Theatre. A limited amount of tickets are available at this location. Look for Seether also playing a mixture of European and U.S. dates this summer. Their current itinerary can be found here.

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