What Seether has done since 2002 – when it released its U.S. debut,
Disclaimer – is capture
the attention of music fans across the globe with its epic riffs,
thunderous rhythms and conscience-invading choruses. Certified Gold
the first time out on the strength of radio favorites like "Fine
Again" and "Gasoline," a reworked version of that album (known as
Disclaimer II) went
Platinum when a new rendition of the ballad, "Broken," became a Top
20 pop hit.
Seether's success carried forward with 2005's Karma and Effect,
which debuted at #8, going platinum and boasting hits like "Truth,"
"The Gift" and "Remedy." Although the latter topped the Billboard
Mainstream Rock Chart for eight consecutive weeks, it was a
considerably darker effort than its predecessor. "That album was
really dim and really heavy and acerbic because we were trying to
get away from the 'Broken' connection," Morgan admits. "We wanted to
take back our identity."
The band’s October 2007 release,
Finding Beauty in Negative
did just that, becoming the South Africa-bred band’s biggest selling
album to date, reaching #9 on the Billboard Top Albums chart and
selling well more than a million copies around the world.
“No Shelter” is a brand new recording from Seether and available
exclusively on NCIS: The Official TV Soundtrack.
The song will be featured in a Season 6 episode of NCIS in