In one of the most eyebrow-raising, fist-pumping moments in politics, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff took to the stage to perform her own cover of the System of a Down classic, 'Chop Suey.' Why? She wanted to!
On Sept. 4, 2001, System of a Down issued 'Toxicity,' one of the top metal albums of the 21st Century. This Readers Poll reflects on that disc and asks you to name your favorite song off the 'Toxicity' album.
Despite drummer John Dolmayan's comment upon exiting the stage after the band's July 29 gig -- he said that the next time System of a Down play L.A. or the Hollywood Bowl it would be in support of a new album -- singer Serj Tankian is adamant that there is no new System album on the way and that the band has not hashed out a timetable or a plan.
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