Finding Beauty In Negative Spaces

Shaun Morgan, prior to the next album's debut, claimed that it would be more diverse than previous efforts. Finding Beauty in Negative Spaces was slated for an August release that was delayed until 23 October due to the suicide of Morgan's brother, Eugene Welgemoed. The album debuted at number 9 in the Billboard 200 album charts, and sold 57,000 copies in its first week. Its cover artwork featured "Candice the Ghost", and was illustrated by David Ho. The first single, "Fake It", reached the top position of the US Mainstream Rock Charts and Modern Rock Charts, and held that spot for at least 9 weeks on both charts. It became the theme for WWE's No Way Out (2008). "Rise Above This", written for Eugene Welgemoed, was released as a single and reached the No. 1 spot on the Modern Rock Tracks chart and No. 2 on its mainstream counterpart.[clarification needed] The final single from the album was "Breakdown", the video of which was released on 12 November 2008 after a delay from its original 23 October scheduled release date. Finding Beauty in Negative Spaces won Seether's first South African Music Award, in the category "Best Rock: English", as well as their first MTV Africa Music Award for "Best Alternative Artist"...


# Title Length
1 Like Suicide 4:14
2 Fake It 3:13
3 Breakdown 3:29
4 FMLYHM 3:28
5 Fallen 4:18
6 Rise Above This 3:23
7 No Jesus Christ 7:05
8 6 Gun Quota 3:23
9 Walking Away from the Sun 4:13
10 Eyes of the Devil 5:00
11 Don't Believe 4:34
12 Waste 4:21
13 Careless Whisper 4:56