Seether is a post-grunge band which formed in Pretoria, South Africa in 1999. The band currently consists of Shaun Morgan (vocals, guitar), Dale Stewart (bass, vocals) and John Humphrey (drums). The band has released six albums and is currently signed to Wind-Up Records in the United States. Early days, Fragile, Disclaimer The band was originally called Saron Gas, but changed their name to Seether.

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ROCK ON THE RANGE 2014 – Day 1

Day 1 featuring Black Label Society, Black Stone Cherry, Killswitch, Redlight, Seether, Staind

ROCK ON THE RANGE: America’s Premier Rock Festival Sells Out In Advance

ROCK ON THE RANGE–America’s premier rock festival–is a sell out in advance of this weekend’s eighth annual event. This marks the second consecutive year that the three-day multi-stage music and lifestyle event will be sold-out (last year the festival hosted a sold-out crowd of over 103,000 fans). Set for May 16, 17 and 18 at… Read more »

SEETHER – Seether 2002-2013

Seether songs might not bring on the feel of getting off work and heading to the bar on a Friday, but they do go along with getting a few errands done while zipping around town on a Wednesday.  These staples of commercial rock radio are out with a greatest hits collection, Seether 2002-2013.  Released on… Read more »

Nickelback, Bush and Seether Here & Now

For a band that gets little respect in the rock world, Nickelback still seems to have legions of fans, so one would have expected a packed house for their first North American arena tour in two years.  That wasn’t quite the case at their Madison Square Garden show.  This being said, by the end if… Read more »

Out of the Fraying Pan Into the Fire

Seether’s long road to success is one fraught with twists, turns, potholes, traffic jams and multiple car pile-ups.  That is if you consider personnel changes, canceled tours, delayed album releases and rehab detours.  With the success of the South African band’s new album, Holding Onto to Strings Better Left to Fray, Seether, Shaun Morgan (lead… Read more »