According to The Pulse Of Radio, SEETHER‘s recent single “Let You Down” is apparently drawing some comparisons to TOOL‘s “Stinkfist”, with a number of fans pointing out similarities between the two songs. “Let You Down” is the first single from SEETHER‘s just-released new album, “Poison The Parish”, which came out this past Friday (May 12). “Stinkfist” is from TOOL‘s second album, “Ænima”, and was released as a single in 1996, while the video was nominated for a Grammy Award.

SEETHER frontman Shaun Morgan explained to The Pulse Of Radio what the song “Let You Down” was about. “I stopped doing cocaine and all those kinds of things about a year and a half ago — maybe just almost two years ago — and it gave me a whole new clarity on life and things that I see and the way I perceive the world, and I think it’s me reaching into that time of my life and almost apologizing [laughs] or just laying it out that it’s, you know, this is what it was,” he said.

“Poison The Parish” is the first release via Morgan‘s new label imprint, Canine Riot Records, with distribution via Concord Music.

SEETHER recently launched the North American leg of its “Poison The Parish” world tour, which includes headline shows and major festival appearances throughout the spring and summer of 2017.

SEETHER has recruited SEVENDUST guitarist Clint Lowery to play second guitar on the tour, which will also feature opening acts LETTERS FROM THE FIRE, THROUGH FIRE, KALEIDO and BIG STORY.