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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Wind-Up Records has an ecard for the PUNISHER: THE ALBUM in which you can preview songs from Drowning Pool, Edgewater, Nickelback, Seether w/ Amy Lee (of Evanescence) and win Punisher prizes.
Featuring 19 new tracks from artists including Drowning Pool, Nickelback, Seether w/ Amy Lee, Chevelle, Edgewater and more, the album will be in stores 3.23.04.
The complete tracklist follows: More...
Seether's debut album DISCLAIMER has been certified Gold. You can listen to DISCLAIMER, watch the video for "Gasoline" and check out exclusive live footage of the band all available on Seether.com.
SEETHER singer and guitarist Shaun Morgan recently strolled down the red carpet at the American Music Awards with his girlfriend, EVANESCENCE singer Amy Lee, in full view of the media. Morgan told Launch why they took that stroll. "It was intended to lay some rumors to rest that involved Amy and I, 'cause we've been together now for about six months, and we wanted to lay all the rumors to rest and say, 'Look, here we go, we are together.' It was never a secret, but I was involved in a divorce which had taken a long time to resolve, and it was just something that we had to wait before we could let everyone know about."
Morgan says he hopes to have Amy and SEVENDUST frontman Lajon Witherspoon sing on the next SEETHER album, which is due out in the spring or summer of 2004.
SEETHER will continue touring in the U.S. until December 21. After a holiday break, they'll do a two-week tour of their homeland, South Africa, then settle down to make their second album.