South Africa might not the first place, where you would look for a band with millions of albums sold. On the other hand, rarely any these bands managed to keep a high standard today. Seether are a great exception and their upcoming celebrations of two decades on the scene are backed up with a great new album Poison the Parish.
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This is not a fat joke. Does everybody remember Seether? When Seether was popular, they were not to my taste, but no worse than a million other things held in higher regard.
I went to a lesson once and got taught how to play Heart Of Gold or something… after that, I just practised by myself. Seether's Shaun Morgan: my top 5 tips for guitarists. In hindsight, it was a good realisation for the frontman, who formed the group 18 years ago in the South African city of Pretoria. After inking a deal with American independent Wind-Up Records, Seether would defy the odds and become one of few bands from their corner of the world to garner success internationally.
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I guess, I like it when we play The way you drag me down I guess, I like it when you hate me The way you drag me down. Cause I cant face myself in a mirror Im left alone with all my pain And I disgrace myself in the mirror Im left alone with my shame. I guess, I like it when we fight The way you drag me down I guess, I like it when you smite me The way you drag me down.
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It features three successful singles which would remain some of the band's most well-known songs. It is their first release under their current name after changing it from Saron Gas in to avoid confusion with the deadly nerve agent sarin gas. A great deal of pre-production took place in South Africa with supervision from a Wind-up representative.