South Africa's Seether embrace a brand of heavy metal mostly associated with the post-grunge era of alternative music, complete with crunchy distortion and brooding textures. The band emerged in 1999 as Saron Gas and released its debut album the following year. Across the Atlantic, the U.S.-based Wind Up Records signed the band, which changed its name to Seether. Seether's 2002 full-length, Disclaimer, featured the modern rock single "Fine Again" and led to a year-long tour. Karma and Effect was released in 2005 and entered the Top Ten, while the acoustic CD/DVD package One Cold Night appeared in 2006. They returned in 2007 with Finding Beauty in Negative Spaces. ~ Bradley Torreano
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