Seether Announce Headline Fall Tour

Platinum-selling rockers Seether are packing their road cases and heading out on tour again this Fall.

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Platinum-selling rockers Seether are packing their road cases and heading out on tour again this Fall.

The band will be headlining the appropriately titled Triple Threat Tour with Sick Puppies and Kyng opening. The tour kicks off in mid-September and wraps up in Detroit on October 20.

The 27-city trek will make stops in major markets including Boston, Baltimore, Atlanta, and Denver with other dates to be announced soon. Special guests Young Guns will be playing through October 3 and Eye Empire will finish the tour from October 5 through October 20.

Seether's live show has always been the subject of critical acclaim as referenced by the Worcester Telegram & Gazette review from a recent concert appearance: "From the combustible opener Gasoline' to Remedy' (which is possibly the best Nirvana song Nirvana never recorded), the South African post-grunge/alternative-metal trio Seether captivated the crowd with its hellish and hypnotic 40-minute, eight-song set."

Seether has been touring in support of their latest release, Holding Onto Strings Better Left To Fray, which was released in May 2011 and debuted at #2 on Billboard Top 200. The album has sold over 300,000 copies to date.

Tour Dates:

09/02 - Atlantic City, NJ - House Of Blues 09/20 - Boston, MA - House Of Blues 09/21 - Sayreville - Starland Ballroom 09/22 - Baltimore, MD - Pier Six Concert Pavilion 09/23 - Norfolk, VA - The NorVa 09/25 - St. Petersburg, FL - Jannus Live 09/27 - Atlanta, GA - Tabernacle 09/28 - Sauget, IL - Pop's 09/29 - Oklahoma City, OK - Diamond Ballroom 10/01 - Tempe, AZ - The Marquee 10/08 - Blackfoot, ID - Club Centenario 10/11 - Billings, MT - Shrine Auditorium 10/12 - Casper, WY - Casper Event Center Arena 10/16 - Minneapolis, MN - The Brick 10/19 - Grand Rapids, MI - The Orbit Room 10/20 - Detroit, MI - The Fillmore Detroit

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    HaveSomeGlue
    AAAaaayyy! wrote: who are these guys again? id rather hear about steve vais new tour instead of this boring crap
    Steve Vai is very talented technically but his songwriting is average at best.
    =ALFA=Reset
    Why always go for the 'big' rockbands, just because you don't know them doesn't mean they aint no good..
    Hopes&FearsMKE
    This band does put on an AMAZING and emotional live performance and have written many good melodic rock songs with awesome hooks.
    AAAaaayyy!
    who are these guys again? id rather hear about steve vais new tour instead of this boring crap
    AAAaaayyy!
    HaveSomeGlue wrote: AAAaaayyy! wrote: who are these guys again? id rather hear about steve vais new tour instead of this boring crap Steve Vai is very talented technically but his songwriting is average at best.
    yeah mkay like seether are any better