Seether Premiere New Music Video, “Words as Weapons”

Photo credit: Marina Chavez

Photo credit: Marina Chavez

Hard-rock stalwarts Seether will release their new album, ‘Isolate and Medicate,’ on July 1 via The Bicycle Music Company/Concord Music Group. In anticipation, the band has teamed up with Revolver to premiere the new music video for their single “Words as Weapons.” Check it out below and let us know what you think in the comments!

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  • Randy Petree

    Man come on Seether, this sounds like just more of the last album. I love this band and have loved them since they first broke but their music is really starting to sound watered down.Their first three albums was mostly good songs and some fillers thrown in and now with the last album and from what I have heard of this one it sounds like mostly filler songs and only a couple good songs sprinkled in.

    • Shannon

      I agree totally! I love older Seether, but the last few albums have been very soft and “radio friendly”. Its a shame really.

      • Dustin Gabert

        Hipsters everybody, every band has them, why not join them!

  • Gary Jules

    Is this Seether’s cover for Mad World?

    • Stoopered

      Lol Gary Jules who covered Mad World from Tears For Fears?

  • Khai Fox

    if words are weapons then i’m a nuclear bomb

  • Carey DiCapua

    Seether is awesome as always!!!! I love hat this song is saying also btw :)

  • razz

    Seether is the only real relevent hard-rock band out right now, can’t wait for the album and tour. Seether ROCKS!!!!!!!

  • Kim Rock

    LOVE IT!!! Can’t wait to hear the rest boys!! m/

  • Christopher John Valentino

    Really like the video. Welcome back fellas.

  • Pamela Mendenhall

    love it, love you guys, can’t wait to hear more

  • Mandy Aldridge

    Awesome! Love it and love Seether! Can’t wait for the album and the tour!!!

  • Monique Arecco

    Seether, Wow this song is great can’t wait to get the album.

  • Linda

    i’ve seen this song being performed live 3 times this year already and live is so much better. The video is great, but live is always better. Love these guys

  • Robin Creamer

    Love this! I haven’t heard a Seether song I haven’t liked yet. Love the video too. Every band changes, evolves and tries new things or even things that have been tried before. Just enjoy the ones you like and stay away from the ones you don’t. =)

  • Tazjia

    great new song love it as I do all your songs, just didn’t care for video (y)

  • Matt

    Sounds an awful lot like Mad World

    • Timothy Kowalski

      Yes it does. Offspring – Gone Away keeps popping into my head as I hear this, too. All 3 have a similarity to them.

  • Lea

    Awesome Song!!!

  • Neil Carr

    Yes yes yes matt I got that too sounds 80’s mad world I thought it was just me.

    • Christine

      So glad I’m not alone in thinking that!

  • Robert Short

    I knew right away this sounded like Mad World, but more the
    Tears For Fears original. It was more
    upbeat and started out similarly…drum echoes etc. I can’t help but like the song. There have
    been countless covers of Mad World. I
    feel like I felt when The Chili Peppers ripped off Tom Petty (Dani California vs.
    Last Dance With Mary Jane). Though I
    know it was a rip off it further cements Tom Petty And Tears For Fears as
    musical inspirations still today. Enjoy
    the song. It will fall into oblivion
    just like the other knock offs. Just
    look at Vanilla Ice.

    • Anony Mouse

      THANK YOU. I’m so tired of people calling it Gary Jules’ song. his version is a slow piano tune anyway. how can you compare that to a heavier sound?