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Post-grunge rockers Seether looked back on their decade-plus career in 2013 by releasing a two-disc anthology dubbed Seether 2002-2013 and then, as is their longstanding habit, boarding their tour bus. Fans who scored tickets to the band's concerts saw the South African trio -- currently comprised of singer-guitarist Shaun Morgan, bassist Dale Stewart, and drummer John Humphrey -- pounding out favorites like "Broken," "Remedy," "Fine Again," and "Truth."
Seether came to the U.S. in 2002 after performing for a few years in their home country of South Africa under the band name Saron Gas. The risky move proved to be a smart one; the group easily slid into U.S. rock radio playlists and has since sold millions of albums around the world. Three of the band's albums -- 2002's Disclaimer, 2004's Disclaimer II, 2005's Karma and Effect and 2007's Finding Beauty in Negative Spaces -- sold more than 500,000 copies in the United States. Seether's 2011 studio album, Holding Onto Strings Better Left to Fray, reached No. 2 on The Billboard 200, making it the highest-charting album of the band's career.
Seether has always been one of my absolute favorite bands. I showed my dad this bad and we would just sit in my room and rock out for hours. It is now a fond memory I have with my dad who have passed. And I still continue to listen and play their songs for others. Please preform live soon.
There was no opening act, just Seether. At 8pm on the nose they started their set after the roadies did a brief sound check. I walked up towards the stage as soon as they started and I actually thought it was a cover band trying to play Seether songs, but no it was them. They sounded like they need to rehearse more. Shaun the lead singer stands stage right, the bass player is at center stage. The whole thing seemed like a band that is just there for a paycheck and didn't care about the performance. Eventually they got into a bit of a groove and the crowd seemed somewhat into it. Surprisingly as headliners their set was maybe 75 minutes, tops. They played the radio hits and that's it. I saw the Stadium Tour with Crue, Def Leppard, Poison and Joan Jett just a few days ago and obviously that's a multimillion dollar production and not in the same league as a county fair but those bands really performed at a high level. The difference was astounding. I probably won't go out of my way to see Seether again.
Seether definitely knows they’ve made it. They came in did their songs, which were great, and left. No performance for the fans. Why? They don’t need to, they’ve made it… Not an excuse! Wherever they are or whoever they are performing for, they are still fans that deserve a performance! Nonpoint and 10 years were AMAZING! They really gave a performance! They made up for seethers lack of performance.
Seether was amazing, they sound so much better love than they do on the radio! I would recommend seeing them live!
We've seen Seether here before and they never disappoint. Ten Years and Nonpoint were also great. Great venue to see a show. For an outdoor venue, sound is outstanding. That can be hit or miss sometimes. A little more food selection would be okay as it's a long night, but what was there worked.
Enjoyed all 3 bands. Was easy to find and get into.
This was our forth time seeing Seether. Non point and 10 years gave solid performances and set the tone for night. Seether played for about an hour and a half and shredded it from start to finish. If you have the time, I highly recommend this tour.
I had do much fun. Music was absolutely great. Hanging out with friends. The workers were absolutely nice. I will remember how happy I was when I left. I will cherished this for the rest of my life.
Seether was as great as ever. Love this band…. Great venue, great lineup. It was a great night.