August 20, 2002
The Bicycle Music Company

Produced by Jay Baumgardner (Drowning Pool, Papa Roach) Disclaimer is filled with the kind of dark melodies and brutal rhythms that are sure to win new audiences with the nu-metal crowd as well as those who don’t mind a little more meat on the bones of their pop music.

Without wasting any time the album blasts headfirst into the grungy “Gasoline” before settling into songs with strong pop sensibilities such as “Sympathetic” the tender acoustic number “Broken” “Driven Under” and “Fine Again,” which is also featured in Madden NFL 2003.

But the band also takes their music further then most of the new wave of nu-metalers, as they prove on the dark dirge “Pig” as well as the Tool-like minor chord progressions of “Pride” and “Your Bore,” which breaks into a bit of mid-song Black Sabbath sludge. While Seether’s approach at times hearkens back to the Seattle sound of the early ’90s, especially with Morgan’s deep guttural moans which are more than slightly reminiscent of Pearl Jam’s frontman Eddie Vedder, their nu-metal punch, nonetheless, adds a fresh sheen to an already familiar sound that has come and gone. – ConcertLivewire.com

1. Gasoline (2:49)
2. 69 Tea (3:31)
3. Fine Again (4:04)
4. Needles (3:25)
5. Driven Under (4:33)
6. Pride (4:09)
7. Sympathetic (4:08)
8. Your Bore (3:52)
9. Fade Away (3:52)
10. Pig (3:20)
11. F**k It (2:58)
12. Broken (4:20)

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