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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. "Rise Above This", written for Eugene Welgemoed, was released as a single and reached the No. 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".
A tour launched in support of the album in early 2008 lasted much of the year.
Following the release of Disclaimer, the band toured continually in order to increase sales and gain name recognition.
A planned second album was delayed for nearly a year when Seether was selected as the support act for an Evanescence worldwide tour.
"Remedy" reached number 1 on the US Mainstream Rock Charts, Seether's first number 1 hit.
Seether reworked their acoustic ballad "Broken" into an electric ballad with guest vocals by Amy Lee of Evanescence.
Favourable audience response led the band to record the revised version, with Lee on vocals.
Consisting of frontman, vocalist, and guitarist Shaun Morgan, bassist Tyronne Morris (who left the band in December 1999 and was replaced by Dale Stewart in January 2000), and drummer Dave Cohoe, the band released their first album, Fragile, in 2000 under Johannesburg-based independent record label Musketeer Records.
Despite the region's focus primarily on pop and indigenous music, the band found success, and eventually caught attention of American record label Wind-up Records, who gave them a record deal to begin releasing music in North America.