Isolate and Medicate (Stylized as isolate and medicate) is the sixth studio album by South African post-grunge band Seether. It was released on 1 July 2014 by The Bicycle Music Company, in association with Concord Music Group and Spinefarm Records. It is the first Seether album to be released on a vinyl LP.
On 1 May 2014, the band released the first single from the album, "Words as Weapons". "Same Damn Life" was released on 16 September 2014 as the album's second single. "Nobody Praying for Me" was sent to US Active Rock stations on 28 April 2015 as the third single off of the album. "Save Today" was sent to US Active Rock stations on 22 September 2015 as the fourth single off of the album.
Loudwire wrote "the group offers one of their finest albums to date by digging deep and expressing themselves in a variety of ways".AllMusic said "Seether gravitate toward the melodic, a shift apparent in both the verses and the riffs, although there's still a tendency to grind out thick neo-grunge guitar workouts both slow ("My Disaster") and fast ("Suffer It All")".Blabbermouth.net wrote "Isolate and Medicate shows Seether trying to roll after more than a decade and a half in the life, but it presents a case of identity crisis, since it's apparent these guys are capable of writing pretty kickass stuff if left to their own devices."