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Seether has remained quiet since coming off the road at the end of 2012, but now the band has surfaced on Twitter to share some news with fans. According to Loudwire, the trio are hard at work on their fifth studio album, posting a message on Sunday (June 30th) that said, "Working on some new music in LA. Only three tracks for now. Scheduled for release later this year."
On Tuesday (July 2nd), the band followed that up with a 15-second clip of new music, writing, "New s--t we're working on." Nothing else -- an album title, a release date, a producer -- has been confirmed yet.
The new disc will follow up 2011's Holding Onto Strings Better Left To Fray, which debuted at Number Two on the Billboard album chart and yielded four Top Five smashes at Active Rock radio, including the chart-toppers "Tonight" and "Country Song."
Frontman Shaun Morgan told us a while back, after a long stretch of touring for Holding Onto Strings, that he hoped to make music fun again for the band in the future: "It seems like sometimes, this feels a little bit more like work than it used to, and I'd like for that to not continue to grow and become a feeling that overtakes the sense of fun of this and the adventure of this and just really how much this is better than doing a lot of other jobs, right?"
Previous Seether albums include 2002's Disclaimer, 2005's Karma And Effect, the 2006 concert release One Cold Night, and 2007's Finding Beauty In Negative Spaces.