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Seether plays a style of heavy metal mostly associated with the
post-grunge era of alternative music, complete with self-obsessed
lyrics and a sound that mixes crunchy distortion with brooding texture.
Hailing from South Africa, the group was discovered by Wind Up Records
and instantly pushed to the moon by the label. They landed a spot on
the popular Ozzfest tour and managed to release an EP while biding
their time for the unveiling of their full-length debut in the summer
of 2002. Issued that August, Disclaimer was an immediate hit, boasting
a solid single in Fine Again. Seether spent much of the following
year on the road, where singer Shaun Morgan's relationship with
Evanescence siren Amy Lee blossomed. But while the tour time ensured
top-of-mind status for Seether, it also delayed their return to the
studio. In March 2004, a few tracks appeared on the Punisher
soundtrack, including a duet version of Disclaimer's Broken featuring
Lee. Then, in June of that year, Disclaimer II appeared, with a handful
of new tracks fleshing out the original album. Grateful for the fan
support his band had received to that point, Morgan took to the
Internet message boards almost immediately to explain the curious move.
Evidently unhappy with Disclaimer's initial mix, he'd seen an
opportunity to re-evaluate the release and give listeners some new
content as a holdover until the proper follow-up, slated for 2005. To
that end, Disclaimer II featured the Lee/Morgan duet version of
Broken as well as a bonus DVD. Their proper sophomore effort, Karma
and Effect, was released in May 2005 and hit the Top Ten. One Cold
Night followed in 2006. ~ Bradley Torreano, All Music Guide
Written by Bradley Torreano