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Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum. Translating as, “if you want peace, prepare for war.” The original, sexier sounding Latin serving as the title for the upcoming new album from South African rockers, Seether. For whom the ‘prepare’ sentiment has always been an inherent quality of the band and their songwriting. Seen again in ‘Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum’, as Seether continue to craft beautifully tormented anthems tailored to disturb the comfortable and comfort the disturbed. Anthems that when they’re good, they are very, very good indeed. But some, alas, aren’t always so good for being, arguably, a little bit too predictable.
Since their formation in 1999 under the name Saron Gas, Seether have never strayed too far from tackling raw subject matter often extracted from their own inner turmoil. An approach whose honesty and integrity has produced chart-topping and multi-platinum selling songs their fans continue to cherish, as well as hidden gems the true devotees adore. Whether it be the radio dominating “Fine Again,” or the understated sleeper track “Master of Disaster,” Seethers’ songs are as impactful as they are versatile. Showing the bold openness of a poet carving words into your heart with a switchblade.
‘Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum’ delivers both the radio popular and the private moment. “Buried and Bloodied” is an instant standout of the former, capturing the band’s sensibility for writing unrelenting heavy rock grooves with a chorus hook compelling enough to supplement a cocaine addiction. Indeed, ‘Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum’ could easily have peaked early were it not for moments such as the aptly titled, “Can’t Go Wrong.” Here vocalist/guitarist Shaun Morgan, working closely with newest Seether member, guitarist Corey Lowery (Sevendust, ex-Saint Asonia) to create a modern Seether masterpiece. Featuring verses that find Morgan and Lowery achieving soul-stirring moments as graceful as they are heart-rending. Emotive junctures are further realized as plaintive cries in “Drift Away”, or erupt like anger clawing its way out in “Beg, and again in the viscerally charged “Pride Before the Fall”. All of which find Morgan eviscerating his emotional demons through distressing lyrics that somehow feel uplifting.
Get in everyone! We’re going for a ride. Seether are going to transport you back to the grunge rock era of the early 1990’s, with musical similarities to the iconic sounds of Nirvana, Soundgarden, Pearl Jam, Alice in Chains and Foo Fighters. Three years after releasing their highly acclaimed album Poison The Parish, the band are set to release their eighth full-length album Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum on August 28, 2020 on Fantasy Records. The South African natives have entertained the masses for over 20 years with countless hits, and if the releases of the first two singles, Dangerous and Bruised and Bloodied are any indication, there will be several more, and could very well put this masterfully written album on many “Top Album of the Year” lists. So, if you’re ready, strap in and let’s go!
With everything currently going on in the United States and world, Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum could be the anthem that’s needed, but not in a literal sense. The album’s title translates to, “If You Want Peace, Prepare For War,” which for music, can be a good starting point. The 13-track album was produced by lead singer/guitarist Shaun Morgan, and engineered and mixed by Matt Hyde, who has worked with bands like Deftones and AFI. Morgan along with his bandmates, Dale Stewart (bass, backing vocals), John Humphrey (drums), and newcomer Corey Lowery (lead guitar), formerly of Saint Asonia, created an album that is rich in cleverly-written lyrics, brilliant mixes of guitar and percussion and a newly ventured style, which will be satisfying enough to any music lover and should garner plenty of repeat listens.
With the angst in Morgan’s voice/lyrics, catchy chorus lines and well-placed instrumentals, the first two released tracks, Dangerous and Bruised and Bloodied, have already gained tons of attention and have set the tone. For the rest of the album, you’re taken on an emotional journey of life, loss, and anger, through the tracks, Liar, Buried In The Sand, Failure, and Drift Away, before closing out with Written In Stone, which closely resembles the vocal and instrumental style of Alice in Chains.