Seer merge an obvious love for the bizarre and Lovecraftian with the gothic darkness of Type O Negative, the horror punk of The Misfits, and snatches of extreme metal, all mixed together in the darkness of long Canadian nights. They don’t sound exactly like anything else out there, taking disparate elements to forge their own path. In a world where so much music is safe or formulaic, for that, . . . Seer are to be commended.