Israel's SEEK IRONY Sign Production Deal With SYLVIA MASSY SHIVY

Israeli rockers SEEK IRONY have signed a production deal with acclaimed producer Sylvia Massy Shivy (TOOL, SYSTEM OF A DOWN, SEVENDUST, RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS, SKUNK ANANSIE, POWERMAN 5000). The band have been invited to record their first full-length album during November-December 2005 at Radio Star Studios in Weed, California. Co-producing and engineering the CD will be Rich Veltrop, who has previously worked with such bands as RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE, OZZY OSBOOURNE, SLAYER, SYSTEM OF A DOWN and RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS.

SEEK IRONY will be flying to the U.S. next week to play a few A&R showcase gigs and to make final arrangements for the recordings of their new album.

For more information, visit www.seekirony.com.

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