Seether To Release “Disclaimer II,” “Karma And Effect,” And “Finding Beauty In Negative Spaces” On Vinyl For The First Time

Seether have announced that they will be releasing “Disclaimer II,” “Karma And Effect,” and “Finding Beauty In Negative Spaces” on vinyl for the first time. All three albums will be available on November 13 and pre-orders can be found HERE.

Seether Announce “Locked & Live” Livestream Concert

Seether will be celebrating the release of their new album “Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum” (out August 28) with a special “Locked & Live” livestream concert. The virtual event will take place on August 30 and tickets can be purchased HERE. Select packages will help raise money for the band’s crew. There will also be a donation button for SAVE (Suicide Awareness Voices Of Education) during the show.

Seether Premiere Animated Video For New Song “Beg”

Seether have premiered an animated video for their new song “Beg.” This track is from the band’s new album “Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum,” which will be released on August 28. Shaun Morgan commented:

“This is our second collaboration with Mertcan [Mertbilek], and I wanted to get his interpretation of the lyrics. I sketched a rough idea, and he ran with it to create a video that I think is powerful and provocative. Animation allows far more freedom to create compelling visual art and I love how this video turned out.”

Seether’s Shaun Morgan And Corey Lowery Share Acoustic Performance Of “Dangerous”

Seether’s Shaun Morgan and Corey Lowery have shared an acoustic performance of their song “Dangerous.” That track is from the band’s new album “Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum,” which will be released on August 28.

Seether’s Shaun Morgan Tops Hard Rock Songwriters Chart

Seether’s Shaun Morgan has hit No. 1 on Billboard‘s Hard Rock Songwriters chart and No. 2 on the Hard Rock Producers chart. This news comes as the band’s latest singles, “Dangerous” and “Bruised And Bloodied,” also climbed up the Hot Hard Rock Songs chart. “Dangerous” moved to the No. 10 spot, while “Bruised And Bloodied” debuted at the No. 15 spot. Both of those tracks are from the band’s new album “Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum,” which will be released on August 28.

Seether Premiere New Song “Bruised And Bloodied”

Seether have premiered a new song titled “Bruised And Bloodied.” This track is from the band’s new album “Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum,” which will be released on August 28. Shaun Morgan commented:

“‘Bruised And Bloodied’ is a mix of self-deprecation and rage, neatly wrapped up in a sexy groove with a big shiny pop bow on top. Essentially, it is a combination of shame and sadness delivered in a cheerful way, as I’ve always enjoyed juxtaposing jaded lyrics with a jubilant melody.”

Seether Premiere New Song “Dangerous”, Reveal Details For New Album “Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum”

Seether have premiered an animated video for their new song “Dangerous.” This track is from the band’s new album “Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum,” which will be released on August 28.

“Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum” Track Listing:

01. “Dead And Done”
02. “Bruised And Bloodied”
03. “Wasteland”
04. “Dangerous”
05. “Liar”
06. “Can’t Go Wrong”
07. “Buried in the Sand”
08. “Let It Go”
09. “Failure”
10. “Beg”
11. “Drift Away”
12. “Pride Before the Fall”
13. “Written In Stone”

Frontman Shaun Morgan told Revolver the following about the new record:

“These songs are carefully crafted to nestle in your ears like a tiny velvet rabbit clutching a switchblade.”

“This whole album is kind of me going through that process. I’m exposing myself to a degree I’m not normally comfortable with. But I think it’s okay. I’m proud to be a little bit more vulnerable on this album.”

Shaun Morgan Says Seether’s New Album Is Finished

It looks like Seether’s new album is officially finished. Frontman Shaun Morgan confirmed the news during an acoustic livestream earlier today (May 24).

Morgan said the following:

“The new album is done and basically gonna be, I think, released in August at this point. A lot of it was written over the course of about 10 months. There were about 40 to 45 songs in contention for the album. We ended up settling on recording 21 tracks, which is more than we’ve recorded before. And yeah, we’ve kind of whittled down the album to include 13 tracks.”

“It’s my favorite album we’ve done to date — by far. The songs, I think, are the strongest songs we’ve written. I’m really super proud of it. I produced it again, with Matt Hyde [SLAYER, DEFTONES] engineering and Corey Lowery [guitar], my boy, as assistant engineer, and I think it turned out killer. We worked in a little place called Dark Horse studio [in Franklin, Tennessee], and we did 21 tracks, I think, in about 17 days, which, I think, is a testament to everybody having had the demos for a while and having learned it, so by the time we got in there, we didn’t waste any time. We worked long days — we started at about ten o’clock in the morning and worked till about ten o’clock at night. So there was no noon-till-six-type stuff that I’ve had to deal with in the past.”

“I think you’ll like the new album. I do. [Laughs] So hopefully that’s universal.”

[via Blabbermouth]