By Eric | December 23, 2013 1:00 am
Title: Holding Onto Strings Better Left To Fray
Released: May 17, 2011
Packaging: Jewel Case
Pack-in DVD DVD Included
Release Type: Deluxe Edition
#Here and Now
#Master of Disaster
#Desire for Need
Stolen from Amazon Editorial Reviews:
Holding onto Strings Better Left to Fray further expands on the dynamic musical growth curve heard on Seether’s 2007 release, Finding Beauty in Negative Spaces, while maintaining a sonic imprint that is undeniably Seether. There are many reasons to be excited. Not only does Seether branch out stylistically on the album s first single, “Country Song” which blends a buoyant, aurally addictive hook with the band’s signature searing guitar work but the singer’s striking new vocal approach is audible from the album’s exhilarating lead track, “No Resolution.” Morgan explains, “On this album, I didn’t scream very much, because that’s not what I wanted to do. For some of the songs, the sentiment behind the lyric wasn’t angry, therefore to sing it in an angry way didn’t make any sense to me. The gritty stuff is easy to do, but it also feels really great to convey emotionally, through my voice, what I’m trying to say, instead of just being a one trick pony.” The result is a collection of compelling vocal performances that conjure an appealing blend of two of Morgan’s chief influences, Kurt Cobain and Tool’s Maynard James Keenan.
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