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Tuesday The essence of these Nirvana-loving South African hard rockers is summed up in their biggest hit, "Fake It," in which front man Shaun Morgan asserts he can not only fake it with the best of them, he can fake it all. He's half right. His b...

Seether

Tuesday

The essence of these Nirvana-loving South African hard rockers is summed up in their biggest hit, "Fake It," in which front man Shaun Morgan asserts he can not only fake it with the best of them, he can fake it all. He's half right. His band's inability to land the visceral wallop of its biggest influence shows they can't fool in full. But Seether (right) can fake it with the best of them. It ranks in the same neighborhood as some of rock radio's top retreads, recent dome acts such as Nickelback and Breaking Benjamin, which take the sound of the grunge bands they adore and boil it down to well-trod riffs and cookie-cutter gloom. Seether comes to The Venue at The Hub on Tuesday. No, it's not the weekend. We're faking it, too. All-ages show starts at 8 p.m. with Sick Puppies. Tickets are $28 in advance, $30 at the door. (701) 232-6767.

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