Seether to play Shrine this fall
This morning 1111 Presents announced on their Facebook page that hard rockers Seether will be bringing their Triple Threat Tour to the Shrine Auditorium on October 11th. The tour will also feature Sick Puppies, Kyng, and Eye Empire.
Ticket prices are TBA, but we know they’ll go on sale this Friday at 10am and will be available at Rimrock Mall, Ernie November and online at 1111presents.com.
Seether’s latest album, Holding onto Strings Better Left to Fray, released last year, has achieved several number one rock hits including “Country Song,” “Tonight,” and “No Resolution.”
Shaun Morgan, Dale Stewart and John Humphrey are all immensely proud of and excited about what they’ve achieved with Holding onto Strings Better Left to Fray. “This album is a progression from Finding Beauty, which I thought was the best thing we’d done up to that point,” says Stewart. “To make a record that’s going to be even better is a little daunting, but I think this album shows that the band has matured in the way we write and think about music.” “This album was a lot of fun to make,” Humphrey adds. “It was very much a collaborative project where there were no egos.” Morgan concludes “To still be able to record, sell albums and tour, when a lot of our peers have not been so lucky, is a gift. Ultimately, making this album has helped me through the next phase of my life. For anyone who has been with us this far and needs a new injection of Seether’s music, this will hopefully feed their desire.”
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