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New Seether-Same Damn Life-Rocks The Old Skool Influences [VIDEO]

There’s a song from 1961 called “I Will Follow Him”. This track uses the guitar riff from that song.  The song was so big and used in so many movies and commercials that it will probably be instantly recognizable to you even if it was before your time.

In addition the track makes use of a falsetto which really hasn’t been used in rock that much since the doo-wop days.  Somehow Seether makes both of these things sound fresh for the song “Same Damn Life”. This song will be Seether’s official follow up to the track “Words As Weapons”.  Have an advance preview listen to the song now and let us know what you thing.

Here’s where the guitar riff came from:

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