Seether Notch Third Consecutive No. 1 Rock Hit with ‘No Resolution’


Story by Cat Badra

South African rock band Seether are No. 1 on the Active Rock Chart

Congratulations are in order for Shaun Morgan and his rock band, Seether. The South African group’s latest single, “No Resolution,” off their 2011 album, “Holding onto Strings Better Left to Fray,” reached No. 1 on the Active Rock Chart this week. What makes the success even sweeter is that this is the first time the gents have scored three consecutive No. 1 singles on the Active Rock Chart, counting “No Resolution” and previous No. 1 singles, “Country Song” and “Tonight.”

In a recent chat with Audio Ink Radio, Seether drummer John Humphrey explained that success hasn’t come easy for Seether. The guys spent years perfecting their art, and he hopes that hard work is why they’re enjoying unprecedented chart success with this new album.

“We really pride ourselves on honing our craft. We’ve been very fortunate. We were with a label [Wind-Up Records] that didn’t just drop us after our first album if it wasn’t a hit, and it’s been a slow, growing thing,” he said. “I think with each album, we get a little better at songwriting. I think our time on the road and the hours we put in have helped us become better musicians. I least I hope it has [laughs]! I think each album gets stronger and better, and I feel our last album here is some of the best stuff we’ve ever done”

Seether recently embarked on a cross-country tour with fellow rockers Bush and Nickelback. Find the full list of Seether, Bush and Nickelback North American tour dates, here. (Photo credit: Anne Erickson.)


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