SEETHER Announces New Studio Album “The Surface Seems So Far”, Releases New Single “Judas Mind”

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Rock music stalwarts Seether are set to unleash their ninth studio album, “The Surface Seems So Far”, this fall, continuing their legacy as champions of raw emotion in a landscape dominated by fleeting trends and manufactured sounds.

The first single off the unapologetically aggressive 11-track collection, due out September 20 via Fantasy Records, is the blistering album opener “Judas Mind”, which is a song about reaching an understanding that there are bad actors in our lives who are trying to force an outcome for us that we don’t see as our destiny,” shares Seether frontman and songwriter Shaun Morgan: “It’s about rising against people who have a vision for you that you don’t share.”

Watch the lyric video below, and pre-order the album HERE.

Known for their enduring anthems like “Broken”, “Fake It” and “Words As Weapons”Seether returns with “The Surface Seems So Far”, showcasing their trademark blend of aggression and introspection. The track list for the new album — the follow-up to 2020’s “Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum”, which boasted three No. 1 hits — sets the tone for an honest and exhilarating journey through themes of melancholy (“Regret”),self-reflection (“Same Mistakes”), and raw emotion (“Dead On The Vine”), with catchy hooks and driving bombast emphasizing its many twists and turns.

Adding to Seether‘s impressive catalog, Morgan and his bandmates — Dale Stewart (bass),John Humphrey (drums), and Corey Lowery (guitar) — sound alternately confident and confessional, full of vitriol and vulnerability throughout “The Surface Seems So Far”, which Morgan produced with veteran producer Matt Hyde as engineer and mixer.

Seether, known for their authentic and electrifying live show, will support the release of “The Surface Seems So Far” on the road this fall on a co-headlining tour with Skillet. The 18-date outing launches September 17 in Asheville and will travel across the U.S. stopping in such cities as Baltimore, Boston, Pittsburgh, Chicago, Kansas City, St. Louis, Houston, Dallas, Albuquerque, Denver, Omaha, and more before wrapping October 20 in Minneapolis. Seether is also set to perform at Louder Than Life and Aftershock festivals during the fall tour.

“The Surface Seems So Far” Album Artwork

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