South African rock outfit Seether has streamed a brand new track called “Nothing Left” ahead of the release of their new album Poison The Parish.
South African rockers Seether have premiered a new track, entitled “Stoke The Fire”, from their upcoming album Poison The Parish.
Two months prior to Seether hitting the stage at the Aftershock Festival in Sacramento, CA, Seether’s sixth studio album, Isolate and Medicate, was released. Spiking to number 4 on the U.S. billboard charts and number 6 on the Canadian billboard charts, fans anxiously waited till the end of the day in 100+ degree heat to hear Seether play. It was well worth the wait!
As Seether prepare to unleash their sixth studio album, Isolate and Medicate, to the world on July 1st, the platinum-selling alternative rockers have revealed a second track, “Suffer It All” for fans to stream and download today. One of the heaviest songs on the album, the track can be streamed just below.
Redlight King has released the official music video for the single “Times Are Hard” from the band’s sophomore release, ‘Irons in the Fire’, as the song hits Top 15 at Active Rock radio. “Times Are Hard” is a stirring track with emotional and moving lyrics penned by frontman Kaz, and brought to life in the video which was directed by Strati Hovartos and produced by John Oakes. “Times Are Hard” is the follow-up to the rock radio hit “Born to Rise,” the first single Irons in the Fire, which was tagged as the end title credit for the feature film Draft Day, starring Kevin Costner.
Oh Shaun Morgan, what have we done without your fury and resentment the last year and a half? Seether is back with their sixth studio record Holding on to Strings Better Left to Fray set for release on May 17th, 2011. The album is the follow up to 2009’s Finding Beauty in Negative Spaces, the band’s biggest commercial release to date. The group recorded the new record mostly in Nashville, Tennessee with super producer Brendan O’Brien and apparently, the album will feature some down south influences…
Ever heard the term “post-grunge” used to describe your favorite band? Over the years, this term has become quite common to describe the wave of alternative rock bands that came along in the mid-1990s and the early part of the twenty-first century after the grunge craze of the early 1990s led by the likes of Nirvana, Alice In Chains and Soundgarden. Without a doubt one of the most prominent post-grunge outfits has been…