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SEETHER: Poison The Parish Show Review

SEETHER: Poison The Parish Show Review

 By:  Nina McCarthy, Senior Music Journalist

Boston Rock Radio




On Saturday, December 2nd The Webster Theater in Hartford, CT was packed wall to wall for the Seether: Poison The Parish Tour.  I found myself just about up front and claimed my spot for the night, with a direct view of the stage.  There were no local opening bands, which I was surprised, but that meant the nationals would get longer sets.  


The Nashville based rock/alt quartet The Dead Deads, initiated the musical assault.  I had never heard this indie band before and boy was I missing out.  


Missouri rockers, Shaman's Harvest was direct support and played an incredible set, getting the crowd pumped for Seether.  I had been meaning to see these guys live but for some reason missed the last couple times they were in my area.  They did not disappoint.


The 15 song set by Seether commenced with the popular favorites from 2003 “Gasoline” followed by “Truth” from their 2005 album Karma and Effect.  “Stoke the Fire” from the most recent studio album Poison The Parish was next.  Morgan and crew put on a sensational show, covering many of the hits from their seven studio albums.  The energy was great and the sound amazing.  The set was a perfect blend of Seether’s rocking hits accompanied by a few acoustic treats.  Everyone sang along and appeared to have a blast.  It was pleasant for a change to see everyone singing and dancing without having to watch out for moshers or crowd surfers.  I'm still undecided on my opinion of the darkened stage, which seems to be becoming more popular, but I imagine it is a photographer's nightmare.  However I must admit, it was easier on my eyes, as a migraine sufferer.   Seether ended with “Remedy” and the crowd seemed satiated.  An all around great night of music.  If this tour is coming through your city, make sure to check it out.











All photos courtesy of Dominique Wheelock of Trixie’s Tripod and Boston Rock Radio

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