SEETHER Frontman Has 30 Song Ideas For Next Album

SEETHER Frontman Has 30 Song Ideas For Next Album

SEETHER will enter the studio in the fall to begin recording the follow-up to 2017's "Poison The Parish" albumfor a tentative early 2020 release.

Speaking to Meltdown fo Detroit's WRIF radio station at last weekend's Riff Fest, guitarist Corey Lowery stated about SEETHER's plans for a new LP: "We're gonna start working on a new album towards the end of the year, probably. We're just doing weekend fly dates and stuff now…

"Shaun's [Morgan vocals/guitar] got, like, 30 different ideas," he continued. "He started laying down some vocals to, I think, three or four of 'em. It's gonna be incredible, stuff that he's coming up with."

"We can really do it like an in-house thing now, which is great. We don't have to have any sort of external influences," added bassist Dale Stewart.

"There's some demos right now," Lowery continued. "[Dale's] got some acoustic ideas I'm dying to hear. I've heard a couple."

SEETHER's seventh full-length studio album, "Poison The Parish" was the first release via Morgan's label imprint Canine Riot Records. The disc was recorded at Blackbird Studio in Nashville, Tennessee and marked the first album produced in its entirety by Shaun.

Two years ago, drummer John Humphrey told the Dallas Observer about the more guitar-driven sound of "Poison The Parish": "The intention was to turn up the guitar and bring back a little edge to SEETHER. We've had the honor of working with some great producers, but maybe in the end a few albums were mixed not entirely how we envisioned them."

Photo credit: Marina Chavez

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