Stream Seether’s new song, ‘Safe to Say I’ve Had Enough’
Seether are prepping to release a set of greatest hits and B-sides, called “Seether 2002-2013,” on Oct. 29, and the band is previewing a new track off the upcoming collection right now. The band has posted a stream of a new song called “Safe to Say I’ve Had Enough,” which is one of three new tracks that will be released in the collection. Stream the track via Seether’s official YouTube page.
All in all, “Seether 2002-2013” will feature 27 songs captured on two CDs, including all of the band’s biggest rock hits, including “Fine Again,” “Driven Under,” “Gasoline,” “Remedy,” “Fake It” and more. The set will also feature a cover of Veruca Salt’s 1994 single, “Seether,” as a tribute to the song that gave Seether their name.
Wind-up Records president and CEO Ed Vetri says this greatest hits set doesn’t mean this is the end of Seether. “13 years ago when a demo of ‘Needles’ came roaring through our speakers and tearing down our hallways, we knew greatness was at our fingertips,” Vetri said in a statement. “After an amazing young career featuring 11 number-one songs, millions of albums sold, Seether is just hitting their stride and this Greatest Hits package only represents their work so far.”
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