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System of a Down Singer Partners With Rapper + More News
System of a Down frontman Serj Tankian lends his voice to St. Louis rapper Tech N9ne's new album Something Else, which is due out on June 25. "I had not heard of Tech N9ne when we were sent the track," Serj admitted. "I checked out a bunch of his songs and really got into his flow, intensity and dynamics, and I agreed to sing on it...
Mellotrons in Metal: 7 Great Songs Featuring the Strange Organ
Recently, my wife directed MELLODRAMA: The Mellotron Story, a documentary about a California inventor who unveiled an organ in 1956 that could replay the sounds of other instruments using magnetic tape. His idea was lifted by an employee and sold abroad, and soon the Mellotron caught fire and became a rock music staple, championed by everyone from the Beatles (on "Strawberry Fields Forever&qu
Serj Tankian, ‘Figure It Out': Exclusive Video Premiere
"It's a comical political song talking about abusive capitalism and the differences created in economic stature and the reaction to it. CEOs have gotten away with murder, until now," Serj Tankian tells Noisecreep about "Figure It Out," the first single off his forthcoming third solo album, Harakiri...
System of a Down Announce North American Tour With Deftones
System of a Down just announced a slate of North American tour dates with Deftones. The trek will kick off at the Susquehanna Bank Center in Philadelphia, Pa. on Aug. 2 and conclude on Aug. 15 at the Allstate Arena in Chicago, Ill. Serj Tankian, vocalist for System of a Down, will be releasing Harikari, his third solo album, on July 20...
Serj Tankian Brings Rock To the Theater with ‘Prometheus Bound’ Play
This May, Serj Tankian will be rejoining his System Of A Down band mates for one of this year's most anticipated tours. However, before he takes the stage with System, Tankian is conquering a new world: the theater. 'Prometheus Bound,' Tankian's collaboration with acclaimed playwright Steven Sater, is currently in the middle of its world premiere at the American Repertory Theater in Cambridge

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