South African Rockers Seether Sign With UTA

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South African rock band Seether has signed with United Talent Agency for worldwide representation. Seether has released seven studio albums since moving to the U.S. in 2002.  Poison the Parish, the group’s newest release, was released on May 12 on Canine Riot Records (via Concord Music Group).

The band now resides in the U.S., with Seether singer/songwriter and guitarist Shaun Morgan residing in Nashville.

Morgan produced the album (the first he’s produced in its entirety), alongside engineer and mixer Matt Hyde at Nashville’s Blackbird Studio. Poison the Parish’s single, “Let You Down,” topped the Mediabase active rock airplay chart for three weeks at No. 1.

UTA’s Steve Kaul said, “We are excited to be part of the Seether family again and look forward to continuing to help the band develop and grow their touring business across the globe.”
“We’re very happy to be joining the UTA family, and we look forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship,” Morgan said. “It feels good to be with a company that treats us with respect and focuses on our individual plan for the future. This is very exciting for us.”

Seether is managed by Danny Nozell, Steve Ross, and Kyle McClain at CTK Management.


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