Favorite Seether Song – Readers Poll
Every band that reaches any level of success eventually puts out a hits collection and Seether are one of the latest acts to re-visit past glories with their 'Seether 2002-2013' two-disc set. This Readers Poll looks back at their wealth of work and asks you to name your favorite Seether song.
Though the band did release an album in 2000 under the name Saron Gas, they never really took off until switching their name to Seether and issuing 2002's 'Disclaimer' disc. Bolstered with such standouts as 'Fine Again,' 'Driven Under,' 'Gasoline' and 'Broken,' the album introduced music listeners to the band, and they in turn kept the group supporting the effort for the better part of two years. 'Karma and Effect' was the band's second album, which yielded their first chart-topping single 'Remedy' as well as 'Truth' and 'The Gift.'
In 2007, Seether issued the hugely popular 'Finding Beauty in Negative Spaces' disc and their singles success continued with 'Fake It,' 'Rise Above This,' 'Breakdown' and the specialty cover of Wham's 'Careless Whisper.' Completing their original albums, 'Holding Onto Strings Better Left to Fray' surfaced in 2011, featuring the chart-topping singles 'Country Song' and 'Tonight,' as well as 'No Resolution' and 'Here and Now.' And with the release of their hits collection, there's two other newer singles to embrace as the band covered Veruca Salt's 'Seether' and issued the original cut 'Weak.'
That's a wealth of solid material from Seether in just over a decade. Now it's time for you to tell us which of these Seether singles is your favorite. Vote in the Readers Poll below: