"some music was meant to stay underground..."

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Formed: 1999
From: South Africa
Last Known Status: Active

Background

After forming in 1999, Seether (originally Saron Gas) quickly gained notoriety in their home country's anemic rock market. The band's South African release, Fragile, became one of the best selling titles of the year, and Seether emerged as a top live draw. This was no small feat in a land where rock bands play second banana to indigenous music and pop.

Seether's brand of passive-aggressive rock - both highly accessible, yet angry - lead to their signing with Wind-Up Records and a spot on Ozzfest in 2002.

  • 7 Seether Releases
  • 3 Staff reviews
  • 0 User reviews (coming soon)

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No cover art found for Seether - "Seether: 2002-2013" CD - Click to read review

Seether - "Seether: 2002-2013"

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No cover art found for Seether - "Holding On To Strings Better Left To Fray" CD - Click to read review

Seether - "Holding On To Strings Better Left To Fray"

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Seether - "Punisher: War Zone Original Motion Picture Soundtrack" CD cover image - Click to read review

"Punisher: War Zone Original Motion Picture Soundtrack"

CD

"You'll have to figure out if on balance, you like most of the artists and styles."

Rated 2.5 out of 5 skulls

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No cover art found for Seether - "Finding Beauty In Negative Spaces" CD - Click to read review

Seether - "Finding Beauty In Negative Spaces"

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No cover art found for Seether - "One Cold Night" Digipak - Click to read review

Seether - "One Cold Night"

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Seether - "Karma and Effect" CD cover image - Click to read review

Seether - "Karma and Effect"

CD

"It's worth picking up if you're into bands similar to Nirvana, Cold, Staind and Audioslave."

Rated 3.0 out of 5 skulls

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"Masters Of Horror II"

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"A varied soundtrack that's mostly enjoyable to listen to if you like the acts and styles represented."

Rated 3.5 out of 5 skulls

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