SEETHER: European Tour Announced

SEETHER: European Tour Announced

SEETHER has announced more dates for its "Poison The Parish" world tour, which includes U.S. headline shows and major festival appearances throughout the spring and summer and now an extensive European headlining run in September-October. The extensive touring plans come in support of "Poison The Parish", the band's recently announced seventh studio album, set for release on May 12 via Spinefarm/Canine Riot Records.

Tickets go on sale Friday, March 31 at 10 a.m. local time. Ticket and VIP package information can be found at Seether.com.

Guitarist Clint Lowery of SEVENDUST will augment the band's lineup throughout the upcoming trek, adding his signature axe-work to SEETHER's new songs and deep repertoire.

"Playing Europe has always been one of our favourite highlights of every tour," said SEETHER frontman Shaun Morgan. "The fans are rabid and know the deepest tracks which means we get to play songs we often gloss over in the U.S. There's an intensity and passion that we feed off of and we often allow ourselves to play with more freedom and abandon. My ultimate goal on this tour is achieve my dream of getting a back alley vasectomy with a coat hanger."

SEETHER's European tour dates:

Sep. 15 - Oslo, Norway - Rockefeller Music Hall
Sep. 16 - Stockholm, Sweden - Debaser Huvudkontor
Sep. 18 - Copenhagen, Denmark - Amager Bio
Sep. 19 - Hamburg, Germany - Markthalle
Sep. 20 - Köln, Germany - Live Music Hall
Sep. 22 - Amsterdam, Netherlands - Melkweg
Sep. 23 - Groningen, Netherlands - De Oosterpoort
Sep. 24 - Tilburg, Netherlands - O13
Sep. 26 - Berlin, Germany - Huxley’s Neue Welt
Sep. 27 - Warsaw, Poland - Progresja
Sep. 29 - Praha, Czech Republic - Lucerna Music Bar
Sep. 30 - Brno, Czech Republic - Fleda
Oct. 01 - Budapest, Hungary - Durer
Oct. 03 - Wien, Austria - Arena Wien
Oct. 04 - Linz, Austria - Posthof
Oct. 06 - München, Germany - Backstage Werk
Oct. 07 - Dornbirn, Austria - Conrad Sohm
Oct. 09 - Zurich, Switzerland - Xtra
Oct. 10 - Frankfurt, Germany - Batschkapp
Oct. 11 - Stuttgart, Germany - LKA-Longhorn
Oct. 13 - Paris, France - Le Bataclan
Oct. 15 - London, UK - The Forum
Oct. 16 - Manchester, UK - O2 Ritz Manchester
Oct. 17 - Glasgow, UK - O2 ABC Glasgow
Oct. 18 - Birmingham, UK - O2 Institute Birmingham

Recorded at Blackbird Studio in Nashville, Tennessee, "Poison The Parish" marks the first album produced in its entirety by the band's lead singer and songwriter, Shaun Morgan. Playing with a newfound ferocity and purpose, the new material gelled quickly, providing Morgan's dense, melodic grooves and brooding subject matter a gritty luster and room to breathe.

Fifteen years deep into an incredibly consistent and rewarding career, SEETHER continues to thrive, pushing its creative boundaries while remaining true to its fiercely loyal, worldwide fan base. "Poison The Parish" is SEETHER at its very best, a gripping and self-assured affirmation of a quintessential hard rock band in peak form.

Photo credit: Marina Chavez

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