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(Shaun did tell that there will be no song on the album about his relationship with Amy... But indeed 'Breakdown' is obviously written about it.)
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[[Shaun Morgan]] went to rehab for unspecified reasons in August 2006. His apparent struggle with addictions and how it affected Amy and Shaun's relationship is the main subject in [[Evanescence]]'s [[Call Me When You're Sober]]. He now is out of rehab.
 
[[Shaun Morgan]] went to rehab for unspecified reasons in August 2006. His apparent struggle with addictions and how it affected Amy and Shaun's relationship is the main subject in [[Evanescence]]'s [[Call Me When You're Sober]]. He now is out of rehab.
  
The band released ''Finding Beauty in Negative Spaces'' in October 23, 2007 (October 19 in South Africa). According to Shaun, the album only contains one song in response to [[Call Me When You're Sober]] called 'Breakdown'.
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The band released ''Finding Beauty in Negative Spaces'' in October 23, 2007 (October 19 in South Africa). According to Shaun, the album doesn't contain any song in response to [[Call Me When You're Sober]]. Nevertheless, it is obvious that ''Breakdown'' was written about Shaun's breakup with Amy ''(So break me down if it makes you feel right/And hate me now if it keeps you alright)''.
  
 
The first single off the latest album, ''Fake It'', has reached #1 in the U.S. Mainstream Rock chart.
 
The first single off the latest album, ''Fake It'', has reached #1 in the U.S. Mainstream Rock chart.

Revision as of 05:56, 29 November 2007

Seether

Seether is the name of the band that supported Evanescence in their tour in 2004. Shaun Morgan, the lead vocalist and guitarist of the band, is well-known in the fan community for his relationship with Amy Lee.

The band's origin is South Africa. While still there, the band was called Saron Gas. They changed their name after a request by their new label, Wind-Up Records, to Seether before releasing their first full-length album, Disclaimer.

Seether are also known for their collaboration with Amy in Broken, included in the album Disclaimer II. The song became a hit and increased the album's popularity.

Shaun Morgan went to rehab for unspecified reasons in August 2006. His apparent struggle with addictions and how it affected Amy and Shaun's relationship is the main subject in Evanescence's Call Me When You're Sober. He now is out of rehab.

The band released Finding Beauty in Negative Spaces in October 23, 2007 (October 19 in South Africa). According to Shaun, the album doesn't contain any song in response to Call Me When You're Sober. Nevertheless, it is obvious that Breakdown was written about Shaun's breakup with Amy (So break me down if it makes you feel right/And hate me now if it keeps you alright).

The first single off the latest album, Fake It, has reached #1 in the U.S. Mainstream Rock chart.

Band members

  • Shaun Morgan - vocals, guitar
  • Dale Stewart - bass
  • John Humphrey - drums

Discography

  • Fragile (as Saron Gas) (2000)
  • Disclaimer (August 20, 2002)
  • Disclaimer II (June 15, 2004)
  • Karma and Effect (May 24, 2005)
  • One Cold Night (July 11, 2006)
  • Finding Beauty in Negatives Spaces (October 23, 2007)

Trivia

  • Josh Freese, the studio drummer for Evanescence on Fallen, also played drums on Seether's album 'Disclaimer'.

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