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Seether - Shaun Morgan, Dale Stewart
Seether is a post-grunge band from Pretoria, South Africa, formed in 1999. The band is currently signed to Wind-up Records. Originally named Saron Gas and signed to Musketeer Records in South Africa, they changed their name in 2002, coinciding with the release of their second album and major label debut, Disclaimer.
NEWS 2011: Holding On To Strings Better Left To Fray
After several months recording music for the upcoming album in Nashville, Tennessee with producer Brendan O'Brien, Seether began touring again in April 2010, with the intention of going back into the studio "in the first week of June" in order to complete the new record. In August 2010, drummer John Humphrey confirmed that Seether had finished recording the new album, and is now in the mixing process. He went on to say that the album will most likely be released in January 2011. Humphrey also mentioned that the band feels this album is their best work and concluded that the songs are "very strong, melodic, and heavy at times." In an interview with Johnny Dare in September 2010, Shaun Morgan confirmed that the new album was now finished and awaiting release by Wind-up Records. However, Morgan also reiterated that the new album may not be released until early 2011.
On September 4, 2010, during a live show at the DuQuoin, IL State Fair, Seether debuted a new song titled "No Resolution".
During a recent interview (dated Jan 3, 2011) with Planet 1051 radio in Louisiana, guitarist Troy McLawhorn and drummer John Humphrey confirmed the band will be releasing a new album titled Holding Onto Strings Better Left to Fray in May. The first single from the album, titled “No Resolution” is due out in March, while the new album will be released on May 23, 2011. Therefore, “Holding on to Strings Better Left to Fray” will be released exactly six years after their second album, Karma and Effect.