Humongous Tour Announcement!

SEETHER and PAPA ROACH are going out on the road together! The month long co-headlining tour kicks off January 9th at Hard Rock Live in Orlando, FL and runs through February 7th at The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, NV. “We’re really looking forward to going back out with our good friends Papa Roach and we’re super excited to be bringing out our buddies Kyng and newcomers Islander too. It will be an awesome show for all our fans, ” says Shaun.

Tickets go on sale this Friday, November 7th and there are going to be limited VIP Packages that go on sale Tuesday November 4th (local venue time) with no passcode restrictions so get your tickets STAT! The VIP packages will give fans the opportunity to rock out on stage with Seether and then hang with them before the show AND also get autographed exclusive merch. Make sure to check here and click on the “VIP” tab for the show you want to go to  for all the details on these killer VIP packages as they will go FAST! Local pre-sales start November 6th.

Seether + Papa Roach Co-Headline Tour Dates

1/9/15 Myrtle Beach, SC House of Blues
1/10/15 Orlando, FL Hard Rock Live
1/11/15 Atlanta, GA Tabernacle
1/13/15 Philadelphia, PA Electric Factory
1/14/15 Silver Spring, MD Fillmore
1/15/15 Ledyard, CT Foxwoods Resort & Casino
1/17/15 Montclair, NJ Wellmont Theatre
1/18/15 Boston, MA House of Blues
1/20/15 New York, NY Terminal 5
1/21/15 Bethelehem, PA Sands Entertainment Center
1/23/15 Detroit, MI Fillmore
1/24/15 Milwaukee, WI Eagles Ballroom
1/25/15 Chicago, IL The Riviera Theatre
1/28/15 Waterloo, IA McElroy Auditorium
1/30/15 Houston, TX Bayou Music Center
1/31/15 Dallas, TX Southside Ballroom
2/2/15 Wichita, KS Cotilion
2/3/15 Denver, CO Fillmore
2/5/15 San Francisco, CA Warfield
2/6/15 Los Angeles, CA The Wiltern
2/7/15 Las Vegas, NV The Joint



Seether – Side Stage + Meet & Greet Package (VIP1)
* One general admission ticket
* VIP early entry into the venue
* Exclusive meet & greet with Seether
* Personal photograph with Seether
* Side stage access during Seether’s performance
* Specially designed beanie (exclusive to VIP package only)
* Autographed tour poster (numbered, limited print)
* Autographed set list
* Exclusive Seether tour merchandise item
* Official meet & greet laminate
* Very limited availability

Seether – Meet & Greet Package (VIP2)
* One general admission ticket
* VIP early entry into the venue
* Exclusive meet & greet with Seether
* Personal photograph with Seether
* Specially designed beanie (exclusive to VIP package only)
* Autographed tour poster (numbered, limited print)
* Autographed set list
* Exclusive Seether tour merchandise item
* Official meet & greet laminate
* Limited availability

Seether – VIP Tour Package (VIP3)
* One general admission ticket
* VIP early entry into the venue
* Specially designed beanie (exclusive to VIP package only)
* Autographed tour poster (numbered, limited print)
* Exclusive Seether tour merchandise item
* Commemorative VIP laminate

The official video for Same Damn Life is here!

The epic #SameDamnLife music video is HERE and Seether’s got “a fun fun surprise for you”…..

SHARE the new video on Facebook with the hashtag #SameDamnLife and you’ll be entered to win an exclusive prize pack!

To watch the new video, click here or click on the image below.  Enjoy!



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New Lyric Video out for Same Damn Life!

Head over to Loudwire to check out the premiere of our new lyric video for “Same Damn Life.”

Shaun on “Same Damn Life:” “It’s just a song that I was screwing around with in my studio and it was like two or three in the morning and I just started playing that riff and decided it was pretty funny. So … I came back the next day and finished writing the song. I just wanted to write something that was fun … It’s got three different parts that shouldn’t fit together but somehow in the song it all works out. It’s a quirky little number.”

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Reverb Interviews Shaun

Check out this great piece from Shaun’s interview with Reverb!  The feature is excerpted below.  To read it in its’ entirety, click here or visit


“Isolate and Medicate,” Seether’s sixth studio album, sees the multi-platinum rock band delivering a passionate and commanding record with tunes that are already living up to past Seether chart-toppers such as “Fake It,” “Remedy,” “Rise About This” and “Find Again.”

Ask Seether frontman and guitarist Shaun Morgan the secret to a writing hit rock song, and he’ll say he doesn’t have a clear-cut answer.

“I don’t know if I know what that is, to be honest,” Morgan told “I’m just really grateful that we keep managing to somehow write songs people enjoy.

“I write songs I like to play and I like to hear and often to fill a void in a musical landscape that I find to be glaring. It’s fun to be a band that gets to write songs that are different than what’s on the radio right now. We try to stand out. We don’t want to sound like anybody else. That’s why I try not to listen to other rock bands or any other bands in our genre, because I want as much of what comes onto an album to come from our own inspiration and our own lives.”

Seether are taking that catalog of hits on the Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Festival this August alongside Skillet, Buckcherry, Godsmack and more. The tour kicks off Aug. 15 in Clarkston, Mich., and runs through a Sept. 21 show in Tucson, Ariz.

At Uproar, Morgan will play his Schecter Shaun Morgan Signature Guitar and run it through his Mesa/Boogie Triple Rectifier. Just before the Uproar kickoff, spoke with Morgan about the upcoming trek, his love for Nirvana and the guitars he used on “Isolate and Medicate.” You’ve often said that Nirvana is the band that made you want to pick up the guitar.

Shaun Morgan: Yeah, Nirvana inspired me to pick up the guitar because of the emotional connection I made with it immediately. It’s always the major inspiring factor to pick up the guitar.

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Loudwire Interview, Part 2: Seether Share Rise Above Fest Recollections, Uproar Festival Goals + Future Plans

Check out part 2 of the Loudwire feature interview of the lads that recently ran !  Scroll down to read an excerpt of the feature, then click through to Loudwire to read the rest and watch the interview.

It’s been one great touring year for Seether that’s about to get better with their participation in the Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Festival. The band will share stages with Godsmack, Skillet, Buckcherry and more during the run. We recently chatted with the guys about Uproar, as well as staging their own Rise Above Festival earlier this year and the band’s future plans.

When asked about the Uproar Festival, frontman Shaun Morgan seemed ready to go. He told us, “The tour itself is pretty well organized and well-run and there’s some good new bands that are on the bill that I’d like to see. Other than that, we just really want to go out and play. That’s really what we’re all about. We’re not very good at the other stuff.”

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Loudwire Interview: Seether talk inspiration for ‘Isolate and Medicate’ album, ‘Words as Weapons’ + more

Check out the Loudwire feature interview of the lads that ran this week!  Scroll down to read an excerpt of the feature, then click through to Loudwire to read the rest and watch the interview.


Seether are now several albums into their music career, most recently releasing the ‘Isolate and Medicate’ disc earlier this summer. The guys dropped by the Loudwire studios to chat about the album, their current single ‘Words as Weapons,’ Shaun Morgan‘s musical inspirations and more.

The vocalist told us that he pulled from his journals for inspiration during the recording of ‘Isolate and Medicate,’ but what was left untapped might surprise you. “If it makes me angry enough or sad enough, I’ll write about it,” says Morgan. “It’s the happy stuff that I feel that I don’t want to get rid of. That stuff stays bottled up.”

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Loudwire Exclusive: Seether Perform Acoustic Rendition of ‘Broken’

Head over to Loudwire now to check out Seether’s new acoustic version of “Broken.”  The video and an excerpt of the accompanying feature is below.  To check out the entire feature, click here.

Seether have just released their new album, ‘Isolate and Medicate,’ and while making the rounds to promote the disc, the band stopped by Loudwire headquarters to perform a few tunes, including their monster 2004 hit ‘Broken.’

Ten years after its release, ‘Broken’ is as powerful a tune as ever. For this performance, frontman Shaun Morgan and bassist Dale Stewart (on guitar) delivered a heartfelt version of the tune (watch above).

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