There are multiple artists under the name Seth. 1) Seth is a black metal band from Bordeaux, France formed in 1995. 2) Seth is a Japanese screamo/emotive hardcore band. They released their first album "イツノ日カ殺人兵器ノナイ丸イ世界ニナリマスヨウニ" (Itsu no hi ka satsujin heiki no nai marui sekai ni narimasu you ni) under Weed Which Grows label. 3) Seth is a drum and bass DJ from Czech Republic. 4) Seth is an IDM / Freakbeat artist from USA, released a net release album "Unfortunate Brain Chemistry" at Brainscream.com (an extinct netlabel). 5) SETH is UNO's project: producer Gobby and vocalist Jamie Krasner. Seth (1) / black metal band from Bordeaux After a demo tape titled "Apocalyptic Desires" and a MCD titled "By Fire, Power Shall Be...", Seth's first album "Les blessures de l'âme", released in 1998 on Season of Mist, received very promising reviews from the press and started creating a solid fanbase worldwide, destined to expand step by step. The band signed a contract with Osmose Productions and released their second album "The Excellence" in 2000. Uphold by prestigious collaborations such as Fenriz (Darkthrone) and the famous electronic band Total Eclipse, Seth combined and joined very different influences into extreme metal music with no boundaries, as long as strength and brutality is at stake. Shortly after the band got offers to appear on French TV music shows and shot a video clip for the French MTV channel "MCM". Seth was also invited to take part of the legendary "Tribute to Mayhem" compilation on Avantgarde Music along with bands such as: Immortal, Behemoth, Dark Funeral. In 2002, the band recorded their third album "Divine X" at Excess Studio in Rotterdam (Sinister, Elegy, After Forever, Epica) again on Osmose Productions. That release showed their undisputed ability to mix both dark atmospheres and brutality. The album was again highly praised by the press, receiving top rank reviews in many magazines like Mindview and Grindzone. In December 2003 the band entered again Excess Studio with a revised line up, featuring new inputs Cyriex and Black Messiah, to record their most mature, personal and mesmerizing album ever: "Era Decay".