Seether and Stone Temple Pilots will hit the road together this fall on a co-headlining tour. The trek launches on October 23rd in Penticton, British Columbia and will travel mostly through Canada and the northern U.S. before coming to a close on November 17th in Portland, Maine. Support acts will be Default and Age Of Days.

Seether will jump on this run right after an early fall road trip with Tremonti, as the band continues to promote its seventh LP, Poison The Parish. STP, meanwhile, are touring behind their latest self-titled effort and first with new singer Jeff Gutt. STP just concluded a summer "tri-headlining" run with The Cult and Bush.

Seether frontman Shaun Morgan told us it can be hard to live a "normal" life when on a break from touring: "Normally you go home and it's, you know, that first day you sleep, you probably sleep pretty much two days. And then once that's over, then you kind of get back into a normal routine of just kind of existing and that sort of domestic environment. And once you're in it, you kind of enjoy it for a little while, but you start getting antsy pretty quickly. So it's that double-edged sword of, like, you tour real hard and you want to go home for just a week, and a week is just long enough to kind of recharge and come back out, you know."

AUDIO: SEETHER'S SHAUN MORGAN ON GETTING OFF AND ON THE ROAD