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Seether’s ‘Tonight’ Chosen To Honor Retired WWE Wrestler

Mary Ouellette,

South African grunge-rock trio Seether continue to roll full steam ahead with their latest disc ‘Holding Onto Strings Better Left To Fray.’ The latest single ‘Tonight’ has not only been blazing up the charts but it was recently pegged by WWE as part of a retrospective for one of their recently retired performers.

‘Tonight’ but has been selected by the WWE as part of an upcoming tribute for Adam ‘Edge’ Copeland. Edge was forced to retire earlier this year due to a lingering career threatening injury. Seether’s ‘Tonight’ appears in a video retrospective put together by the WWE honoring his time spent with the wrestling organization. (Read our song review of ‘Tonight’ here.)

This is not the first time that Seether has teamed up with the WWE. In 2008, their song ‘Fake It’ was used as the theme song for WWE’s ‘No Way Out’ pay-per-view event.

Seether has spent the last several weeks out as part of the ‘Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Festival,’ which wraps up tomorrow (Friday) in Mountain View, Calif. The band will then play the 48 Hours Festival in Las Vegas on Sunday (Oct. 16) before taking a short break prior to heading off to tour South Africa and Europe for the first time in two years.

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