- Adrian Patrick (vocals)
- Ryan Patrick (guitar/vocals)
- Corky Gainsford (drums/vocals)
- Tony Carboney (bass)
- Andrew Pugh (guitar/vocals)
Once hailed America’s #1 unsigned band in 2011, these guys have come a long way in a short amount of time. We’re not sure if it is still appropriate to label these hard rockers from Las Vegas an up and coming band or not. America got it’s first taste of Otherwise on Sirius XM when host Jose Mangin caught their act duting the 48 Hours Festival in October 2011 and added their single “Soldiers” to the rotation on Sirius XM Octane channel. Within a few short weeks the single was on top of the satellite radio charts.
After releasing their first 2 EP’s “Otherwise” and “Some Kind of Alchemy” independently; Otherwise was signed by Century Media Records in December of 2011 and started work on what would be their first major label studio release “True Love Never Dies“. By February of that same year the guys were hitting the road on their first national tour as the supporting artists for one of ZTPMAG’s favorites, Pop Evil!
The last couple years Otherwise has been huge hit in the festival scene, hooking up with Danny Wimmer and Monster Energy, performing at many of the largest music festivals across America including, Rock On The Range, Aftershock, Rocklahoma, Carolina Rebellion, and Welcome To Rockville. During that same time Otherwise released two more studio albums, “Enjoy the Pain” and “Peace at All Costs“.
Currently on US Tour in support of “Peace at All Costs“, be sure to check out the band pages below for a show near you!
- Shaun Morgan (vocals/guitar)
- Bryan Wickmann (lead guitar)
- Dale Stewart (bass)
- John Humphrey (drums)
If you are not already a fan of Seether, originally from South Africa and playing together for more than a decade with album sales in the multi-millions, you probably should check these guys out, you won’t be disappointed; their music has a timeless quality to it and we fully expect it will be heard for generations to come.
Currently on tour supporting the release of their seventh studio album “Isolate and Medicate“, Seether took the stage at the LC Pavilion in Columbus, Ohio with their usual high energy and aggressive attitude that long time fans have come to expect.
Seether as had various lead guitarist over the years, but this evening the band consisted of the two original members Shaun Morgan and Dale Stewart; as well as the band’s former guitar tech Bryan Wickman and drummer John Humphrey who has been touring with the band since 2003. There is never anything lost on their performance, these guys know how to deliver a kick ass show!
Seether never skips a beat, aside from the occasional pause to thank the fans, the music just keeps flowing, as they hammered out one hit after another. Opening up the night with a few classic fan favorites, like “Gasoline“, “Needles” and “Rise Above This“.
Following the smash hit “Broken“, drummer John Humphrey exploded into a powerful and intense crowd pleasing drum solo. Humphrey is nothing short of a beast on the drums, hard hitting, flawlessly executed and certainly well received.
The setlist covered a great sampling of their work over the past sixteen years they have been preforming together. Including the latest hit single from the new album “Words As Weapons“. They were obvious the house favorites on this night as they finished off the set with one of their original chart topping hits, “Remedy” which by the way was also their first singles to hit a top spot on the Billboard charts.