U0601501325021

Seether - Holding Onto Strings Better Left to Fray

Number of Discs
1
Release Date
05/17/2011
Artist
Seether
Format
CD / Album
Label / Studio
Wind-Up / Wind-Up Records
Duration
00:46:09

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Shaun Morgan seems angry again. On Seether's 2011 opus, Holding Onto Strings Better Left to Fray, disillusionment, anger, and pain are central themes. Morgan's writing has always felt real, offering up some of the genres better moments with 2005's Karma and Effect and 2007's Finding Beauty in Negative Spaces. With this opus, Morgan has again struck a chord. "Desire for Need" is a four-on-the-floor rock joint that finds Morgan reaching for falsetto, which adds an alternative, bluesy vibe to the song's feel. Tunes like "Country Song" and "Master of Disaster" are stamped with Dale Stewart's sexy bass grooves as well as anthemic vocals. On the latter, Morgan's vocal melody actually takes on a Queensrÿche feel. One shining moment is the ballad "Pass Slowly." Musically, the band lays down an ethereal groove that reaches its pinnacle behind well-built guitar and bass riffs. Holding Onto Strings Better Left to Fray is another journey into the mind of Shaun Morgan: through heartbreak and rebirth he still has a lot to say about betrayal. His stamps as guitarist, a songwriter, and a lead vocalist are everywhere on this disc, and thankfully, that's what ultimately drives the release home. ~ Steven Douglas Losey

1) Fur Cue (03:48)
2) No Resolution (03:08)
3) Here and Now (03:55)
4) Country Song (03:49)
5) Master of Disaster (04:18)
6) Tonight (03:44)
7) Pass Slowly (03:27)
8) Fade Out (03:54)
9) Roses (04:17)
10) Down (03:57)
11) Desire for Need (03:33)
12) Forsaken (04:19)

Album
Holding Onto Strings Better Left to Fray
Publisher
Sony BMG
Main Format
CD
Explicit Lyrics
No
Keyword Index
Holding Onto Strings Better Left to Fray | Seether