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Seether

Seether

Jun 13th 2018 @ ARENA DE GENEVE

Geneve, Switzerland
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About Seether
Genres:
Rock, Alternative, Metal
Band Members:
Shaun Morgan - vocals guitar, Dale Stewart - bass vocals, John Humphrey - drums awesomeness,

On their sixth full-length album Isolate and Medicate, multi-platinum alternative rock trio Seether – Shaun Morgan [vocals, guitar], Dale Stewart [bass, backing vocals],...
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Wednesday, June 13th, 2018
7:30 PM
ARENA DE GENEVE
ROUTE DES BATAILLEUX 3, Geneve, Switzerland
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About Seether
Genres:
Rock, Alternative, Metal
Band Members:
Shaun Morgan - vocals guitar, Dale Stewart - bass vocals, John Humphrey - drums awesomeness,

On their sixth full-length album Isolate and Medicate, multi-platinum alternative rock trio Seether – Shaun Morgan [vocals, guitar], Dale Stewart [bass, backing vocals],...
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Fan Live Reviews
Hans
Portland, ME@
State Theatre
November 19th 2018
Hearing Seether in concert for a third time was great! Unfortunately we couldn’t see much of the band because we were constantly being blinded by a combination of 9 extremely bright led stage lights. These lights were strobing for most of the show. Not sure who was doing the stage lights, but tone it down please.
November 6th 2018
Excellent Show! This app only lets me rate 4.5 but I give the band ⭐️ 5 STARS ⭐️ It was my first time seeing Seether & my son’s first time seeing them as well. I would recommend seeing them again! (venue needs to cut people off that have had too much alcohol though) Some of the people were out of control drunk & it was an all ages show...FYI 👏🏻🙌🏻 🤘🏻😎🤘🏻 Thank you 😊 😍
October 15th 2018
The show was pretty good. The Fresno Fair theater is newly, nicely decorated with refurbished neon signs that belonged to old business in town. It's a nice touch, but doesn't do much for the sucky sound system used for the concert. Seether can do without all the smoke in their show. I hate smoke. It does nothing but makes you unable to see the performers. The light show was pretty good and I was thankful they had a big screen above the stage for the people further back. The music itself was on point, except the didn't play some of my favorites, but I'm finding that's always the case. And what ever happened to encores?? They played for about an hour and twenty minutes, which I suppose included time you would put in for an encore, but encores mean something to the fans. It's like a little show of appreciation. That's all I got!
Tobias
Atlanta, GA@
Tabernacle
October 1st 2018
Great performance from Seether as usual, but where was the Nirvana cover? My favorite part of seeing them. Shaun looks like he needs a hug and a shave haha but was amazing. I would've liked a few of the heavier songs from the first album, but all in all a great show.
Michael
Atlanta, GA@
Tabernacle
September 30th 2018
At least the fifth time I’ve seen them and the best so far! It was everything you want in a good rock show - each band built on the previous, and was more professional and polished than their predecessor. When we saw Tremonti, in fact, everyone I was with saluted Seether for choosing someone so strong to come on right before them - we knew Seether had to be ready to present their own kickass show if they were ok with someone as obviously professional and high quality as Tremonti. Great show, great venue - can’t wait to see them again!
Chris
Hampton, NH@
Hampton Beach Casino
September 23rd 2018
There were 3 bands that played before Seether, that was 2 too many. It would have been great if just Tremonti played. Seether didn't go on until 10:30 because of the other bands, and by that time everyone was beyond drunk. I've seen Seether many times, not one of their better shows, especially since Clint was playing with them the last time I saw them. They strangely kept the band in the dark the whole show, and Shaun was off his game. It was great hearing 3 songs from the new album, but they just didn't sound as awesome as usual.
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