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It keeps me sane to distance myself, because I find myself disappointed in humans a lot."This is how Tim Butler, co-founder, unofficial spokesman and bassist for The Psychedelic Furs, ranks the band's lineups (in rough order):1.
"A band like Crossfade, we toured with them in 2005.They did very well for themselves with their first album, but they all have day jobs now. I thought they were a big band, and I don't know why they haven't continued to have success."Seether started in its native South Africa in the late '90s, and came up during the post-post-grunge years, contemporaries of early 2000s bands like Nickelback and Papa Roach (Seether plays the Riviera on Sunday with the latter).The group hit right before Myspace and Napster upended the entire record industry, possibly the worst time in history to become famous — most of Seether's peers never figured out how to adapt.The band released a series of respectably selling albums throughout the early 2000s, had a handful of hits ("Broken" — the '04 smash featuring Morgan's now ex-girlfriend Amy Lee of Evanescence — is the one you might best remember), but never got big enough to relax.Even its record label makes reference to its "hardscrabble success.""I guess we've worked for everything we got," Morgan says."We've never come out and had massive album success from the get go. It's a long, hard road."For years the new rules of Internet fan engagement confounded Morgan.
He has neither a Twitter nor a Facebook account ("I don't see why I should be directly accessible to everyone"), and lives tucked away in New Hampshire.
"I'm not a big fan of human beings in general, which is (why) I live as far away from them as possible.
i luv amy lee but she didnt have the right to say all their "dirty laundry" public like that. i hope shes happy with her "new" husdand cause shaun doesnt need her.
When you're in a band like Seether, your worst fear isn't overdosing or dying in a tour bus crash or contracting an obscure and untreatable STD: It's having to get a day job. Superstar bands have no need to fear this, and baby bands probably already have day jobs, but the bands in the middle are the ones who worry: Maybe they had only one hit, a long time ago.
Maybe they had bad accountants or just enough success to get their hopes up.
"There's been a lot of bands you don't hear about anymore that have fallen by the wayside," says Seether frontman Shaun Morgan.