Seether’s latest single, ‘No Resolution,’ climbs to No. 7 on the Active Rock chart
Seether are set to combine all of their rock-packed albums, from 2004’s “Disclaimer II” right up until 2011’s “Holding Onto Strings Better Left to Fray,” and offer them on iTunes at a cut-rate price. “The Seether Collection” will also offer an exclusive digital LP that includes all of the artwork and liner notes for each of the albums. In addition to the albums, the set features each one of Seether’s rock radio hits, including “Broken,” “Remedy,” “Fake It” and “The Gift,” to name some.
In other Seether news, the band’s latest single, “No Resolution,” is on track to repeat the success of their previous chart-topping singles, as the song hit No. 7 on the Active Rock chart this week. The band’s first two singles off their current album, “Country Song” and “Tonight,” both climbed to No. 1 at Active Rock, with the former spending a killer 11 weeks at No. 1 and getting RIAA-certified Gold. “Country Song” was also named Active Rock Song of the Year by Billboard.
Seether have always been recognized as road warriors, and the guys are currently on tour with 3 Doors Down overseas. In April, they’ll return to the states to rock some shows with Bush and Nickelback. Find a complete list of Seether’s 2012 North American tour dates, here.
Seether drummer John Humphrey recently told Audio Ink Radio that the band’s years on the road has helped them hone their musical chops. “I think our time on the road and the hours we put in have helped us become better musicians,” he said. “I least I hope so. [Laughs] I’m very proud of the success we’ve had as a band and that we have the ability to be able to do this.” (Photo credit: Anne Erickson.)
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