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Alternative 23/01/2010

SEEK IRONY's Music Used For FOX Sports' 'Best Damn Sports Show' Highlight Reels

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New York, NY (Top40 Charts/ Seek Irony Official Website) - Israel's Seek Irony music has been used by FOX Sports 'Best Damn Sports Show' as the soundtrack to various highlight reels the station has put together. The first highlight reel featuring the song "Tech N' Roll' can be viewed online at

Rising out of the burgeoning music scene in the Middle East, Israel's Seek Irony are poised to become among the first Middle Easterners to bring their U.S. influenced brand of rock and roll to the rest of the world. Like their homeland of Israel, the group's music born out of the many influences and experiences of the individual band members into a cohesive and powerful blend of modern/alternative rock.

Seek Irony recently released three new singles including "Tech N Roll," "Low," and "Draggin Me Down" online through all digital retailers, and will release their debut full-length in 2010 on Chopmark Records. The group is currently streaming new tracks online at

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