From: South Africa
Last Known Status: Active
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.
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Below is our complete Seether news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
Note: We began associating news directly with bands in late 2003. Therefore, earlier band news may not be listed on this page.
Seether will perform "Remedy" on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno this Friday Jan. 13th! The program airs on NBC at 11:35pm ET - check the local listings in your area.
More dates have been added since we first told you about the Winterfresh SnoCore Tour which kicks off Jan. 20th. Seether will play with Shinedown, Flyleaf, and Halestorm. Here's a list of all the confirmed dates so far: More...
Next years Sno-Core Tour 2006 will feature Seether, Shinedown, and Flyleaf. The tour beings January 20th in Lubbock, TX and continues through the end of February. More...
You can catch Seether and Audioslave live on MTV's Nokia Unwired at Hard Rock Live tomorrow (11/9). The program airs at 8pm ET and will be replayed on MTV on Friday, Nov. 11 at 2:30am ET and Sunday, Nov. 13 at 11:00pm ET. You can TEXT to 74774 and your text messages will scroll across the bottom of the screen during the second part of the show (giving you fans and haters alike something to do).
Seether are checking in from the road with a new installment of tour journals. Head over to Seether.com now to hear the first entries from Dale and John in the southeast - and check back often for more messages from the gang throughout the length of the tour.
Tomorrow (10/21), you'll have a chance to catch Seether performing on 94.5 KTBZ - The Buzz in Dallas, TX. KTBZ streams live over the internet - so visit www.thebuzz.com to hear it all at 2pm ET / 1pm CT.
This year’s X-fest was held at Harris Riverfront Park on Sept 17th. It was a beautiful Saturday afternoon on the banks of the Ohio River. As with the year before, there were two stages, one for the headlining acts and one for the “Loud and Local” acts. This year’s big pull and headliner was Seether.
I arrived at the show late by about an hour or so, missing some of the opening acts on both stages. As with last years show I was given the run around regarding my photo-pass which should have been waiting for me at the front gate. Though this year it didn’t take an hour to figure out I was on this list, which was miss placed at the will call window and I only back tracked once. More...
South African hard rockers SEETHER reportedly performed a cover of PANTERA's "Walk" during their concert at San Francisco's Civic Auditorium Sunday night (Sept. 25) as a tribute to fallen PANTERA/DAMAGEPLAN guitarist "Dimebag" Darrell Abbott. The San Francisco show was the second night of SEETHER's North American tour as the support act for AUDIOSLAVE. It is not presently clear if SEETHER's cover of "Walk" will be performed at every stop on SEETHER's current tour.
SEETHER's latest album, "Karma and Effect", has sold 398,000 copies in the United States since its late May release, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
Seether's latest album, "Karma and Effect," was just certified Gold by the RIAA. In other news, the band will be heading out on the road supporting Audioslave starting on September 24th in California. Finally, the new video for the next single "Truth" is coming soon on Seether.com.
The first round of confirmed tour dates with Audioslave are as follows:
9/24 - Rabobank Arena - Bakersfield, CA
9/25 - Bill Graham Civic Auditorium - San Francisco, CA
9/27 - Theater of the Clouds - Portland, OR
9/28 - Everett Events Center - Everett, WA
9/29 - General Motors Place - Vancouver, BC
10/1 - Rexall Place - Edmonton, AB
10/2 - Pengrowth Saddledome - Calgary, AB
10/4 - MTS Centre - Winnipeg, MB
10/7 - Air Canada Centre - Toronto, ON
10/8 - CEPSUM/Univ. of Montreal - Montreal, QC
10/12 - Veteran's Memorial Auditorium - Columbus, OH
10/14 - Cox Convention Center - Oklahoma City, OK
10/17 - USF Sundome - Tampa, FL
10/19 - Hard Rock Live - Orlando, FL
10/25 - The Arena @ Gwinnett Center - Duluth, GA
10/28 - Tweeter Center at the Waterfront - Camden, NJ
10/31 - Tsongas Arena - Lowell, MA
More tour dates to be announced.
"Remedy" is FUSE's "DAILY DOWNLOAD" today. Starting today, you can go to fuse.tv and navigate to the "Daily Download" section to download "Remedy".
Shaun Morgan will be doing an online chat with the Milwaukee Journal before the band takes the stage at the Milwaukee Summerfest on Tuesday July 5th. You can submit your questions here. (Remember that we did an interview with Shaun and Pat not too long ago as well) You can follow the online chat in the Milwaukee Journal Summerfest Section on Tuesday at 1pm ET / 12pm CT.
Seether is on the road all summer long, and here are the confirmed dates so far: More...
Launch Radio Networks reports: The new STATIC-X album, "Start a War", features the recording debut of former SEETHER drummer Nick Oshiro, who joined the group on its tour in support of 2003's "Shadow Zone". STATIC-X frontman Wayne Static told Launch that Oshiro's abilities as a live drummer had an impact on the making of "Start a War" as well. "This is actually the first record where we didn't try to fix the drums in the computer or anything like that," he said. "We just recorded the drums with the band, playing live, and the drums are what they are. There's no samples, there's no straightening things out, and I think this record has a real, sort of live STATIC-X feel to it because of that."
"Start a War" arrived in stores on June 14.
STATIC-X has added a batch of new shows to its current tour with AMERICAN HEAD CHARGE and BLOODSIMPLE. New dates include:
Jul. 24 - Rockford, IL - Forrest Hills Lounge
Aug. 04 - Atlantic City, NJ - House Of Blues
Aug. 05 - Baltimore, MD - Sonar
Aug. 07 - Fort Wayne, IN - Piere's
Aug. 08 - Sauget, IL - Pop's
Aug. 09 - Columbia, MO - Blue Note
Aug. 12 - Spokane, WA - Big Easy
Aug. 13 - Boise, ID - Big Easy
Aug. 14 - Seattle, WA - El Corazon
Aug. 15 - Portland, OR - Roseland Theatre
To promote their new album, Karma and Effect (in stores now), Seether came back to Vancouver, BC on May 19th for a very small and private show at the Media Club. There were two main ways to get into the show: either win to get in through the local rock radio station (The Fox 99.3) or be one of the first 120 fans to show up on the day of the show with donations for the food bank. Since the release of their Wind-up debut album, Disclaimer, Seether has performed in Vancouver, BC twice before – once with Our Lady Peace and Finger Eleven in January 2003 and again with Evanescence last July, both of which were big stadium shows. I had caught the OLP show but it was quite a while ago and I can’t remember much. However, I do remember that the OLP fans didn’t quite seem to enjoy their set or F11’s, which isn’t very surprising given the musical differences between the bands. The crowd reaction inside this time was definitely a big improvement over that of the OLP audience. More...
Seether's newest album, "Karma and Effect" is out today and the band are doing some promotional activities still this week. For starters, Seether is the featured celebrity guest on Xbox's "Game With Fame" program and will be chatting online and playing Doom 3 with fans all over the world. Yyou can play Doom 3 against the band over Xbox Live on Wednesday, May 25th from 8pm-10pm ET (5pm-7pm PT). Just add gamertag "seethergwf" to your Xbox Live friends list to play against the band. For more details, click here.
You can also now download a KARMA AND EFFECT podcast in which Shaun and Dale talk about the making of the new album and discuss how some of the tracks came about. You'll also get to preview some tracks from the new album.
Finally, Seether will be headed back on the road on May 28th. Here's a list of the upcoming tour dates: More...
Seether's latest release, "KARMA AND EFFECT," available May 24th is just a couple of weeks away and the band will be out promoting their new album. On Monday May 23rd, the band will be the special guest on the syndicated radio show Rockline, taking questions from fans. The show airs at 11:30pm ET - visit Rocklineradio.com to find out where you can tune in. The next night, May 24th, Seether will perform live on The Jimmy Kimmel Show on ABC. The program airs at 12:05am ET - check your local listings for more details.
Seether are out with the video to their new single 'Remedy', which you can watch online at Yahoo! Music.
Seether is readying their new album "Karma and Effect," which hits the shelves on May 24th. You can hear their first single "Remedy” on seether.com. The band currently has a few shows scheduled, and will soon be announcing their full US tour for early summer.
Seether will be performing “Broken” live with Amy Lee on the Tonight Show this Wednesday night, Nov. 3rd, at 11:35 EST on NBC. The band is now working on their next album - click here for an update from Shaun and the guys on the new material.
You can check out acoustic performances of Seether's "Broken" and "69 Tea," plus an exclusive new interview at UGO.com. You can check the recorded versions of these songs off Seether's DISCLAIMER II, also including "Broken" feat. Amy Lee, at Seether.com. The band drops in on Europe for a tour starting October 12th. Here are their upcoming tour dates so far: More...
Seether, along with Smile Empty Soul and Onus, is making two appearances in California next weekend as part of the Rock the Vote Benefit.
September 10 The Key Club @ West Hollywood, CA
September 11 The Galaxy Theatre @ Santa Ana, CA
Evanescence singer Amy Lee has admitted to Launch Radio Networks that she was a little nervous about being able to draw enough fans to fill the seats on the band's current North American tour. "It's a little scary, because you always look at the numbers," Lee said. "Like, when we're booked to play a place that's maybe 15,000 or more people, that's a really large amount of people. And when you're thinking of it in terms of, like, 'I'm headlining, can we really pull that many people?', it does make you a little nervous, I guess. You're always, like, just kind of hoping until that last week, when you start to see them really selling, you're like, "Okay, good, whew! Awesome.' (laughs)"
Seether, Breaking Benjamin and Three Days Grace also appear on the tour.
Upcoming Evanescence U.S. dates:
Jul. 26 - Sunrise, FL - Office Depot Center
Jul. 27 - Orlando, FL - TD Waterhouse Centre
Jul. 29 - Charlotte, NC - Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
Jul. 30 - Atlanta, GA - HiFi Buys Amphitheatre
Jul. 31 - Portsmouth, VA - NTELOS Pavilion @ Harbor Center
Aug. 02 - Cincinnati, OH - Riverbend Music Center
Aug. 03 - Noblesville, IN - Verizon Wireless Music Center
Aug. 04 - Bonner Springs, KS - Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
A 30-second video snippet of Seether performing 'Broken' with Amy Lee of Evanescence on the WB's prime-time live music series, 'Pepsi Smash', has been posted online. The show airs July 15th at 8 PM ET/PT. Watch the clip at Buzztone.com.