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Seether is a South African rock band from Pretoria, South Africa formed in 1999. Currently signed to Wind-up Records, they started their career with the name of Saron Gas (taken from the back of a sound effects CD) and signed to Musketeer Records in South Africa. They changed their name in 2002 with their first major label debut, Disclaimer, taking their new name from a Veruca Salt song. The band embraces a brand of rock mostly associated with the Post-Grunge style of alternative music, complete with crunchy distortion and brooding textures.

  • Discography:
    • Fragile (2000) (as Saron Gas)
    • Disclaimer (2002)
    • Disclaimer II (2004)
    • Karma and Effect (2005)
    • One Cold Night (2006)
    • Finding Beauty in Negative Spaces (2007)
    • Holding Onto Strings Better Left To Fray (2011)

The music of Seether provides examples of:

  • Careful with That Axe: "Let Me Go" ends the song with Shaun Morgan screaming the title of the song a few times.
    • He does this in *many* other songs, as well.
  • Mohs Scale of Rock and Metal Hardness: Generally 5 or 6. However they do go down to about a 4, with "Broken" and even lower with a few other songs. Their heavier songs, such as 'Fur Cue' or 'Because of Me', get up to a 7.
  • Take That: Most fans interpret "Fake It" as this towards Amy Lee. The band won't say for sure, but despite who it is based upon, this is the song's obvious intent.

Tropes found in music videos:

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