Author: Michael Pementel
Along with announcing a deluxe version of their 2020 album, Seether have also released a brand new song today! You can find the band’s new song below.
The deluxe version of Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum, which will be out July 1st, features 22 tracks in total (which is also made up of five previously unreleased songs). One of those unreleased songs is “Leech,” which you can listen to today.
In regards to the band’s new song, Seether singer Shaun Morgan has shared the following statement:
“This song is a generalized reflection on abusive relationships and how they shape the way we see the world. Those are most often personal, but more often these days they are social. There is so much digital noise surrounding us all that we choose to ignore, at the peril of our kids and our collective wellbeing. We are slaves to smart phones and the absolute cancer that is social media, and it will not end well. Different viewpoints that stray from the echo chambers that people choose to live in result in public crucifixion and irrational hatred that is driven by a powerful propaganda force that spoon feeds our opinions to us. Turn off the fucking TV, delete your social media and read a goddamn book or spend some time with your neighbors. We need to stop living in this procured vapid digital universe where we are merely products to enrich assholes and live more in the real world. I say that as an introvert, but even I can see the impending downfall of decency and morality.”
You can listen to the new Seether song “Leech” below:
What are your thoughts on this new track? If you are looking to get ahold of the upcoming deluxe version of Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum, you can pre-order the record via this link here.
The full track list and cover for the deluxe album are below:
1. Dead and Done
2. Bruised and Bloodied
6. Can’t Go Wrong
7. Buried in the Sand
8. Let It Go
11. Drift Away
12. Pride Before the Fall
13. Written in Stone
14. What Would You Do?
15. Will It Ever End?
16. Feast or Famine
17. Wasteland (alternate version)
19. Deliver Me*
20. On My Way*
21. Leave Me Be*
22. Crossed The Line*
If you also want to see the band live, you can find several of their upcoming tour dates below:
5/27 Corpus Christi, TX – Concrete Street Amphitheater
5/28 The Woodlands, TX – BuzzFest 2022
5/29 Dallas, TX – BFD 22
7/16 Dubuque, IA – Q Casino
7/17 Mansfield, OH – Inkcarceration Festival 2022
7/22 Fond Du Lac, WI – Fond Du Lac County Fair
7/23 Waukesha, WI – Waukesha County Fair
8/19 Aberdeen, SD – Brown County Fairgrounds
9/11 Alton, VA – Blue Ridge Rock Festival 2022