Has it really been two decades? Time has flown since Veruca Salt’s grunge-era anthem “Seether” dropped in 1994. Much has changed in that time (the Internet, anyone?), but the Chicago alternative-rock quartet's best-known track still has a kick. A reunited Veruca Salt proved that point with a rock-out performance on “Conan” – their first TV gig in 18 years.
The group has been ramping up the activity of late. There was the release of a 10-inch single for Record Store Day (featuring "Seether" and two new works), while there’s a free download of “The Museum of Broken Relationships” available at the band’s official Website. The “Conan” slot should serve as a neat warm-up for a comeback tour starting June 22 in Portland.