Shaun Morgan is a changed man. For the front man/guitarist and principal songwriter in hard rock frontrunners
Seether, a new outlook on life and music has resulted in Finding Beauty In Negative Spaces
(Wind-up). Easily the South Africa-bred, L.A.-based hard rock band’s strongest and most innovative studio
offering yet, Morgan and his bandmates – drummer John Humphrey and bassist Dale Stewart –
have delivered a succinct album built from twelve superlative songs.
Cherry-picked from the sixty tunes Morgan brought to the band and producer Howard Benson (My
Chemical Romance, Three Days Grace), the concise end-product affirms Seether is boldly inventive and
on their A-game. With no fewer than five...