Seether tour venues
Seether TicketsThe South African rock band Seether rose to fame with their 2002 single "Fine Again," and their success was solidified with "Broken," a 2004 collaboration with Evanescence's Amy Lee. Seether has won multiple international awards for their music, receiving accolades for their albums Finding Beauty In Negative Spaces and Holding Onto Strings Better Left To Fray. They have released seven studio albums to date and extensively toured following each of them.
Here and NowThe band first formed in 1999 in Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa, using the name Saron Gas. In 2000, they released their first album Fragile under this name through the independent label Musketeer Records. They were signed to the American label Wind-Up Records but were asked to change their name, which is when they officially became Seether. Seether put out their debut album in 2002. Disclaimer and its breakthrough single "Fine Again" landed them a supporting spot on the Evanescence world tour, during which the vocalists from each band started dating. In 2004, they released Disclaimer II, which included a remastered version of the track "Broken" as a duet with Amy Lee. Karma And Effect was released in 2005 and became Seether's first top 10 album, debuting at No. 8 on the Billboard 200 chart. It included "Truth," "The Gift" and "Remedy" and earned them their first No. 1 single. Their 2007 album Finding Beauty In Negative Spaces received similar positive attention. It included the singles "Fake It," "Rise Above This," "Breakdown" and "Careless Whisper." The album was once again in the top 10. "Country Song" came out in anticipation of the 2011 release of Holding Onto Strings Better Left To Play. It is their highest-charting album to date, having peaked at the No. 2 position. Ahead of their 2014 release of Isolate And Medicate, Seether released the single "Words As Weapons." Seether's seventh and most recent album was 2016's Poison The Parish, which featured the singles "Let You Down," "Betray And Degrade" and "Against The Wall."
Where can I buy Seether tickets?Tickets for all upcoming Seether concerts can be purchased at StubHub.
Will Seether tour in 2019?Seether is finishing up a tour in support of their 2017 album Poison The Parish. Subsequent touring has yet to be announced and likely won't be until the release of an eighth studio album.
Is Seether coming to a city near me?Seether only has three concert dates remaining on their current tour. You can see Seether in Golden Nugget Lake Charles Hotel & Casino in Lake Charles, La., Horseshoe Casino in Robinsonville, Miss., and Q Casino in Dubuque, IA, this summer.
Who are the members of Seether?Singer and guitarist Shaun Morgan is the only original Seether member who is still in the band. Bassist Dale Stewart joined Seether in 2000 just a year after they formed and has been with the band ever since. Drummer John Humphrey became a member in 2003 while they were working on their second studio album. For touring purposes only, Seether employs a lead guitarist, which has been the one constantly changing position. Corey Lowery recently came aboard in 2018 after his brother left to return working with Sevendust.
What songs are usually on Seether's setlist?Seether is currently touring in support of their latest album Poison The Parish, so "Let You Down," "Stroke The Fire" and "Betray And Degrade" from the album are usually performed. Other songs from previous albums that usually make the setlist include "Words As Weapons," "Broken," "Fine Again," "Remedy," "Gasoline," "Truth," "Rise Above This," "Country Song," "Nobody Praying For Me" and "Fake It."
Will Seether make any 2019 festival appearances?Seether will be playing the main stage on the first day of Exit 111 in Tennessee.
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