They burst on to the scene back in the early 90s and have clocked up no fewer than 11 number one hit singles in their homeland as well as millions of albums sold around the world.
A little over a decade ago South African rockers changed their name from Saron Gas to Seether and have just started their grandiose European and South African tour, where they will be playing in London at Union Chapel tomorrow night.
Over the course of five albums, Seether — consisting of vocalist Shaun Morgan, bassist Dale Stewart and drummer John Humphrey — has proved itself to be one of the rock world’s most consistently diverse, undeniably ambitions bands.
Their tour dates are as follows:
5 November -Union Chapel, London, UK
6 November — Melkweg, Amsterdam, Netherlands
7 November — Kulturkirche, Colgne, Germany
8 November — Perterskirche, Leipzig, Germany
10 November — Roxy, Prague, Czech Republic
11 November — Freiheiz, Munich, Germany
12 November — ZurichPlaza, Zurich, Switzerland
13 November — Maroquinerie, Paris, France
16 November — Metropol, Kiev, Ukraine
17 November — Cosmoaut, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
18 November — Moscow Hall, Moscow, Russia
22 November — Kirstenbosch, Cape Town, South Africa
23 November — ChrisSaundersPark, Durban, South Africa
24 November — MarksPark, Melville, South Africa
£15, 5 November, 7:00pm
Union Chapel, N1 2xD
Tube | Highbury and Islington
For further information go to www.seether.com or visit unionchapel.org.uk