Press Release: One Cold Night

SOURCE: Wind-up Records

April 19, 2006 10:29 ET

Wind-up Records Announces Release of Seether’s “One Cold Night” on July 11, 2006


Live Acoustic CD to Feature 12-Song Concert Plus Bonus DVD


NEW YORK, NY — (MARKET WIRE) — April 19, 2006 — Wind-up Records recording artists Seether is set to reveal a new side to their sound with “One Cold Night,” a two disc CD/DVD package to be released July 11, 2006. Recorded at Philadelphia’s Grape Street on February 22, 2006, the live acoustic show features hits from the band’s gold certified debut albums “Disclaimer” and “Disclaimer II” and their current release, the gold certified “Karma & Effect.” Included on the CD are Seether’s smash hits “Remedy” and “Broken.” The final track listing also showcases some of the band’s most hard-rocking anthems including “Gasoline” and “Truth” in a fresh, intimate setting that provides a unique experience for both new and long time fans. “One Cold Night” highlights Shaun Morgan’s heartfelt vocals and his intensity as a performer as well as the band’s superior musicianship.

Grape Street provided a meaningful location to capture this special night with Seether. The venue happens to be the site where guitarist Pat Callahan first met Seether’s Shaun Morgan and Dale Stewart. The chance meeting ultimately led to Callahan being offered an audition to join the band. Singer and principal songwriter Shaun Morgan recalls, “I remember seeing Pat play at the original Grape Street club and I knew I wanted him in the band. This was a homecoming for him and the band, per se, and could not have been at another place. We are all very comfortable at Grape Street and have always had the feeling of family in that place.” When asked about performing his repertoire in an acoustic setting, he continued, “This is an experience for us to have some fun and present our music in a different fashion. It is amazing for us to be able to play the same heavy songs in a more intimate environment. We love it because we feel a connection with the audience and they can understand and listen to every chord that comes from the stage. It’s always fun to just mix it up and that’s what we’re all about.”

“The Gift,” Seether’s current and third single from “Karma & Effect,” continues to build strong radio airplay. The song is #16 on the active rock chart this week, and climbing at modern. Entertainment Weekly offered, “…Morgan strikes rock-radio gold in ”The Gift,” a deliciously moody ballad…” The recently completed music video for the track was shot on location in Oaxaca, Mexico with director Meiert Avis.

The bonus DVD includes an in-depth interview with the band conducted by Philadelphia’s WMMR on-air legend Pierre Robert; the music video for “The Gift,” a behind the scenes package from the Oaxaca video shoot, and a gallery of still photos from the Grape Street performance. The set list features some rarities, including a performance of “Tied My Hands,” a favorite from the band’s early days as Saron Gas, and a cover of Pearl Jam’s “Immortality.”

Seether plans to tour in support of “One Cold Night” and will announce dates soon. The band recently completed the sold-out SnoCore tour which they headlined in most cities. Check for details and updates to the itinerary as they become available.

“One Cold Night” – final track listing:

1.  Gasoline                            2:57
2.  Driven Under                        4:59
3.  Diseased                            3:46
4.  Truth                               5:16
5.  Immortality                         5:02
6.  Tied My Hands                       5:16
7.  Sympathetic                         4:12
8.  Fine Again                          5:05
9.  Broken                              4:17
10. The Gift                            5:37
11. Remedy                              3:41
12. Plastic Man                         3:31

Bonus track:
13: The Gift (Alternate mix)            4:26

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