Seether - Holding Onto Strings Better Left To Fray UK Release Announced

"Holding Onto Strings Better Left To Fray" got it's US release in May 2011 and the band followed that up with an extensive tour to support the release. It's the turn now for UK fans to get their own Seether experience as on March 5th see's the album released over here.  Not content with just releasing the same version that has already had 9 months shelf-time and proved itself to be a massive success, the UK release will feature and extra 7 tracks and a bonus DVD of Seether live called "Seether in Session".

The first single to get released from the album is "Country Song", with a release date of 27th February it will be interesting to see how it performs in the mainstream charts - when it was released in the US it spent 11 weeks in the #1 spot of Active Rock radio's chart and had also reached Gold status for sales.  Check out the video below of the forthcoming single.

The tracklisting for Holding Onto Strings Better Left To Fray

  1. Fur Cue
  2. No Resolution
  3. Here and Now
  4. Country Song
  5. Master of Disaster
  6. Tonight
  7. Pass Slowly
  8. Fade Out
  9. Roses
  10. Down
  11. Desire for Need
  12. Forsaken


13. Dead Seeds / 14. Yeah / 15. Nobody / 16. Effigy / 17. No Resolution (Skolnik Remix) / 18. Roses (Protector Drumstep Remix) / 19. Country Song (Elder Kepson Remix)


DISC 2 (bonus DVD - ‘Seether In Session’) - 1. Country Song (Acoustic) / 2. Fine Again (Acoustic) / 3. Fake It (Acoustic) / 4. Broken (Acoustic) / 5. Rise Above (Acoustic) / 6. Country Song (Plugged in) / 7. Remedy (Plugged in).

As if that wasn't enough Seether news, March see's them hitting the UK for a 6 stop tour (5 dates with 3 Doors Down*), dates as follows:

March 9th * Edinburgh, Scotland, HMV Picture House

March 10th - Glasgow, UK, Garage

March 11th * Manchester, UK, Manchester Academy

March 12th * Birmingham, UK, O2 Academy

March 14th * Bristol, UK, O2 Academy

March 15th * London, UK, Apollo Hammersmith



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