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Pretoria, South Africa (1999 – present)

Seether is a / 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.

Saron Gas had their origins in Johannesburg, a city of South Africa, and the earliest days of the group saw their public appearances at parties, nightclubs, small-scale concerts and University venues, such as the University of Cape Town and the University of Stellenbosch, where they played for the lunch-time crowds in the Neelsie centre on the latter campus as late as the summer of 2001.

As Saron Gas, the band released its first album, Fragile on Musketeer Records, in 2000 in South Africa. Upon achieving success on the South African music charts, Wind-up Records took an interest in Saron Gas’ melodic-yet-heavy sound and signed them to the label. The band was asked to change their name due to Saron Gas being a homophone of sarin gas, a deadly nerve agent discovered (but never used in war) by Nazi Germany during World War II. The band changed its name to Seether in honor of Veruca Salt’s song titled, “Seether”.

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  • mark4all

    Seether only gets better <3 [2]

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  • FIL1994

    Keep the dogs at bay now!

    Yesterday 12:05am Reply
  • AlexandraMaya

    there's so many great songs!

    18 Aug 6:23am Reply
  • Pam-param-pam

    хуже чем Staind

    17 Aug 7:10am Reply
  • mattimek

    new album is great!

    6 Aug 6:19am Reply
  • KellemxD

    Say can you help me right before the fall, take what you can and leave me to the wolves...

    31 Jul 3:51pm Reply
  • breadysoul

    Isolate and Medicate is the first album of theirs I've really latched onto since Karma and Effect.

    30 Jul 11:10pm Reply
  • moll24

    W końcu w Polsce! :)

    23 Jul 4:06pm Reply
  • ale__chan

    Seether only gets better <3

    22 Jul 10:18pm Reply
  • breadysoul

    v Agreed. I can't get enough of Isolate and Medicate right now.

    20 Jul 2:54am Reply
  • cantrells

    Love the new album!!! So much better tha Holding on to strings better left to fray :)

    20 Jul 2:37am Reply
  • Nerdenberg

    Vocals strongly remind me of Kurt Cobain...the overall sound is good, however lyrics just suck in my opinion. Let's see if the other albums other than the ones I have listened to get any better.

    16 Jul 12:01pm Reply
  • Agnesya_Noire

    Zapraszam do polubienia :)

    9 Jul 9:02pm Reply
  • TDcore

    @ladymadgirl: Comparing Karma & Effect to Disclaimer is like comparing water to fire. :/

    9 Jul 6:37pm Reply
  • tortACh

    А не альбом понравился!

    8 Jul 2:20pm Reply
  • ladymadgirl

    First I didn't like the new album, but now I can say it's quite good. Isolate & medicate is just a little bit like old Seether. Fans of Karma&Effect and Dislaimer won't be satisfied :(

    6 Jul 9:49pm Reply
  • R_Victor

    Broken (feat. Amy Lee) ♥

    6 Jul 9:33pm Reply
  • mark4all

    Тут нечего сказать, это просто очередной вброс )

    6 Jul 7:28pm Reply
  • drochlen

    Тут нечего рассуждать, это просто хуёвая группа с хуёвой музыкой.

    6 Jul 8:01am Reply
  • TDcore

    Isolate & Medicate dissapointed me. I like how they went back to their heavier, dirtier style, but I feel like they're not quite there yet. I want the Seether from Finding Beauty In Negative Spaces and Disclaimer II back. It does have some good songs though, the best being Suffer It All and Words As Weapons. Now if the whole album had sounded more like WAW, it would've been their best to date...

    5 Jul 7:48pm Reply
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