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Seether Drop Defiant New Song ‘Judas Mind,’ Announce Ninth Album

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Seether just dropped a new song titled “Judas Mind” and announced their upcoming ninth album The Surface Seems So Far.The South African rockers’ last record Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum came out in August of 2020, so we were in the midst of a global pandemic the last time we heard any new material from them. “Judas Mind” is a powerful track to return with.”‘Judas Mind’ is a song about reaching an understanding that there are bad actors in our lives that are trying to force an outcome for us that we don’t see as our destiny,” frontman Shaun Morgan said. “It’s about rising up against people who have a vision for you that you don’t share.”Fans seem to really dig it, too.The Surface Seems So Far, produced by Morgan and Matt Hyde, will be out Sept. 20 via Fantasy Records.READ MORE: 10 Best Rock Ballads of the 2000sSee the lyrics and listen to the song below, and the album artwork and track list underneath.Seether just shared the dates for their upcoming fall co-headlining U.S. tour with Skillet yesterday (July 9), which you can see details for at this location.Seether, ‘Judas Mind’ Lyrics [via AZ Lyrics]It seems you believeIn the words as tokensYour heart still succumbsTo the fear unspokenAnd some I knowAre filled with courageBut most I knowWill not be chosenBut don’t feel afraidAs the storm blows this wayNo the truth can’t fail usCan’t enslave usBut don’t feel afraidAs the storm blows this wayNo the truth can’t fail usCan’t enslaveIn dreams we escapeTo a world unbrokenAnd those who we hateWill become awokenAnd some I hopeWill die as martyrsThe most of iron soulsWill end in slaughterBut don’t feel afraidAs the storm blows this wayNo the truth can’t fail usCan’t enslave usBut don’t feel afraidAs the storm blows this wayNo the truth can’t fail usCan’t enslaveShut your eyesAs you surround me with painJudas mindAs you betray me againTake your timeAs you surround me with painJudas mindAs you betray me againBut don’t feel afraid(Tell me it’s okay, tell me it’s alright)As the storm blows this way(You made your shelter black out the sunlight)No the truth can’t fail usCan’t enslave usBut don’t feel afraid(Tell me it’s okay, tell me it’s alright)As the storm blows this way(You made your shelter black out the sunlight)No the truth can’t fail usYou can’tShut your eyesAs you surround me with painJudas mindAs you betray me againTake your timeAs you surround me with painJudas mindAs you betray me againSeether, ‘Judas Mind’Seether, The Surface Seems So Far Album Art + Track ListSeether, ‘The Surface Seems So Far’ album artFantasy Recordsloading…01. “Judas Mind”02. “Illusion”03. “Beneath the Veil”04. “Semblance of Me”05. “Walls Come Down”06. “Try to Heal”07. “Paint the World”08. “Same Mistakes”09. “Lost All Control”10. “Dead on the Vine”11. “Regret”100 Best Rock and Metal Albums of the 21st CenturyLoudwire’s picks for the best rock and metal albums from 2000 to present.Gallery Credit: by Loudwire Staff

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