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System of a Down’s John Dolmayan Reveals Lyrical Inspiration for ‘I-E-A-I-A-I-O’

System of a Down
American

During an interview with drummer John Dolmayan, we got the exclusive on a story which inspired part of the song.

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System of a Down Drummer John Dolmayan Talks New Project These Grey Men

These Grey Men
These Grey Men (BWR PR)

John Dolmayan talks all about These Grey Men, crowd funding as the future of the music industry and more.

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System of a Down’s John Dolmayan: ‘I’m Not Really Happy With Where the Band Is Right Now’

System of a Down
Facebook: System of a Down

The drummer adds that the fact System of a Down haven't started creating again is "not okay."

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System of a Down’s John Dolmayan Launches Kickstarter Campaign for These Grey Men Project

These Grey Men
Kickstarter: These Grey Men

These Grey Men is comprised only of Dolmayan and musician James Hazley, formerly of the band Cockeyed Ghost.

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System of a Down’s ‘Aerials’ Gets the Full Cello Treatment – Best of YouTube

System of a Down on Cello
YouTube: Rob Scallon

In this captivating clip, Rob Scallon attacks System of a Down's 'Aerials' on the cello.

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System of a Down, Lamb of God + Fear Factory Members Lead Project Rogue

Project Rogue

'Project Rogue - Titans' is a new crowd-funded collective that will feature Rogue Records America artists teaming up with 15 metal musicians, including some pretty big names. They will try to raise $70,000 for the project via an Indiegogo campaign t

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System of a Down’s ‘Chop Suey!’ Played on Wooden Marimba – Best of YouTube

Marimba
YouTube: Matthias De Hantsetters

System of a Down's breakout hit 'Chop Suey!' captivated millions after its 2001 release and allowed System to become perhaps the weirdest metal band to be embraced by the mainstream in the 21st century. When you have a truly weird song, the logical step is

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System of a Down’s ‘Chop Suey’ Gets Mash-Up Makeover With Elton John Classic

Serj Tankian Elton John
Scott Harrison / Keystone/Hulton Archive, Getty Images

Mash-ups can be a little bit of hit and miss, but there are occasions where the vision of the producer is just too interesting not to check out. Such is the case for the new mash-up 'Crocodile Chop,' which unites the System of a Down favorite 'Chop Suey' with Elton John's extremely upbeat and poppy '70s favorite 'Crocodile Rock.'

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Tool vs. System of a Down – March Metal Madness 2014, Semifinals

Tool vs. System of a Down
Volcano / American

In our quest to find the greatest metal album of the 21st century so far, we're finally down to the final four recordings! Both of these records deserve a spot in this latest battle, as each act has achieved monumental success through both mainstream popularity and genuine innovation.

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Slayer vs. System of a Down – March Metal Madness 2014, Quarterfinals

Slayer vs. System of a Down
American (2)

Welcome to this quarterfinal matchup of March Metal Madness 2014. The goal of this year's bracketed competition is to find the greatest metal album of the 21st century. We're now down to eight contenders, with two heavyweights battling it out to come out of the Stage Dive Region.

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