The artwork of Seether
's 2013 compilation 2002-2013 is a picture of a dog defecating. Read one way, this crappy cover could be taken as the post-grunge trio's opinion of the need for a compilation; read another, it could be taken as a criticism of the band's music. Either way, there's no getting around that it's an ugly cover for a by-the-books greatest-hits, a 15-track overview that contains all the band's modern rock radio hits -- including "Broken," the duet with Amy Lee
-- and emphasizing their latter-day albums Finding Beauty in Negative Spaces
and Holding Onto Strings Better Left to Fray
over the early Disclaimer
and Karma and Effect
. The second disc rounds up rarities, demos, and B-sides -- songs that popped up on superhero and horror film soundtracks, plus a cover of their namesake, Veruca Salt
's "Seether" -- which should please fans.