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System of a Down drummer John Dolmayan reveals band has fifteen “fantastic” songs written for new album

Posted by on May 24, 2017

Recently, we watched Rob Scallon perform System of a Down’s entire discography in under four minutes. For those SOAD haters, Scallon was kind enough to post a brand new video which featured zero SOAD songs in under four minutes. He cleverly showed what SOAD would sound like if they never existed in the first place: […]

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Watch Rob Scallon perform all of System of a Down in under four minutes

Posted by on May 22, 2017

  Just a few weeks ago we heard Rob Scallon and his friend confuse restaurant-goers with a cello System of a Down (SOAD) cover of “BYOB.” Today, he’s back with more SOAD and this time he didn’t bring his cello or his friend. Instead, he managed to cover their entire discography in under four minutes. […]

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Rob Scallon and friend confuse restaurant-goers with cello System of a Down cover

Posted by on May 9, 2017

Rob Scallon has done it again. This time, it’s a rather elaborate skit involving a restaurant that’s BYOB. Of course, since he has a cello with him, as well as singer Effi Guillen, the two take it upon themsevles to cover System of a Down’s “BYOB” at a Chicago restaurant Geja’s Cafe. Maybe they can […]

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Code Orange hitting the road in Europe with System of a Down

Posted by on March 28, 2017

You can say a lot of things about System of a Down, who are apparently coming out with a new album this year. One thing you can’t say about them is that they’re a bargain basement deathcore band. That means that Code Orange are clear to tour with them, as they don’t like touring with […]

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Watch System of a Down frontman Serj Tankian’s powerful performance at ‘Game of Thrones’ concert experience

Posted by on March 24, 2017

The Game of Thrones concert experience kicked off on February 20th in Minneapolis and concludes next Sunday, April 2nd in Portland, OR. The concert brings the HBO hit series to life, incorporating its music performed by an orchestra, choir, and guest vocalists on seven stages representing the seven kingdoms of Westeros. Visual enhancements projecting highlighted […]

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Listen to System of a Down covered in the style of Ghost

Posted by on March 6, 2017

Ten Second Song’s Anthony Vincent has proven himself to a be versatile arranger and singer. In fact, we just featured him doing System of a Down’s “Chop Suey” in 20 different styles. The Ghost one must have struck a nerve, as he said over 4,000 people asked him to do the whole song in that style. […]

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Metallica, KISS, Iron Maiden, System of a Down, and more get some nostalgic 8-bit covers

Posted by on February 28, 2017

For those that grew up during the 80s/early 90s, most likely heard or used one of the following: Commodore 64 computer, Atari, Nintendo (NES), or Sega gaming system. These consoles and computers featured iconic 8-bit games including Space Invaders  and Donkey Kong, and are still talked about alongside newer ones like Final Fantasy XV. One could argue […]

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Ten Second Songs returns with “Chop Suey,” in styles of Bee Gees, Ghost and more

Posted by on February 22, 2017

David Vincent, better known by his moniker Ten Second Songs, has a hell of a lot of fun making songs in different styles. What does he do with a song that’s as stylistically odd as System of A Down’s “Chop Suey?” Makes is his own, or more effectively, 20 different other artists’. There’s rave (Tiesto), […]

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Motionless in White are down with System; cover “Chop Suey”

Posted by on January 17, 2017

  Here’s a wake-up call for you: System of a Down are pretty much classic rock now. Their landmark 2001 album Toxicity is over 15 years old now. That means that when Motionless in White covered “Chop Suey” from that album this past Friday on the first date of their tour with Falling In Reverse, they […]

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20 albums to (hopefully) look forward to in 2017

Posted by on January 6, 2017

While many are digesting 2016 tunes, it is time to move forward and see what is ahead for 2017. 2016 gave us several diversified lists proving it was a great year for music. Does 2017 have what it takes to top that? We’re already hearing about big releases like Mastodon, Suicide Silence, Overkill, Kreator and more, but […]

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