The band currently consists of founding members Serj Tankian lead vocals, keyboards , Daron Malakian vocals, guitar and Shavo Odadjian bass, backing vocals as well as John Dolmayan drums , who replaced original drummer Andy Khachaturian in The band achieved commercial success with the release of five studio albums, three of which debuted at number one on the US Billboard System of a Down has been nominated for four Grammy Awards and their song " B.
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Frontman Serj Tankian and guitarist Daron Malakian have opened up a dialogue with fans explaining System of a Down's long absence. Malakian, in an interview with Kerrang! So I feel like the whole experience of becoming the lead singer in a hugely successful band was different for him than my experience was for me. Tankian replied Thursday night with an exhaustive explanation of his feelings on the matter on Facebook. For numerous reasons. He was in a different place artistically when the band reconvened in , and since the hiatus, he has put out records in a variety of genres, from rock to classical music, and found a new career as a film composer. He agreed to do a tour with the band and eventually the subject of a new record would come up. So about two years ago he proposed a four-tiered approach for them to move forward.
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Proud Armenian-Americans, SOAD have often been at their most bracing when fuelled by outrage at the Armenian Genocide of by the Turkish Ottoman government at the time — and the lack of historical acknowledgement in the century after. Driving home in the dark one night, the guitarist accidentally ran over a rabbit. Opening with an appropriately needling guitar motif before exploding into a full-blown heads-down attack, the second song on Toxicity is of clobbering volume and dissonant intrigue. The balls-out opening track and unofficial airplay-only single to Toxicity finds the band at their most ostentatiously political, picking up the baton dropped when their friends in Rage Against The Machine had disbanded the year before. A bludgeoning, juggernaut riff gives way to storming vocals challenging the American prison industrial system, and pointing the finger at a government largely responsible for the domestic proliferation of drugs yet whose prison system is half-populated by drug offenders.
Tankian recently filmed a video for the disc's apparent first single, "Rumi". Several stills from the shoot can be seen below. But as we could not really see eye to eye on how to go forward with that, I decided to finish them off myself and release them as an EP.