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16 Aug 2005 ... System of a Down,The Mars Volta,Orlando, FL,August 16, 2005,by Jen Cray.
In other words, System of a Down's no-rules rock is leaving an imprint on the
young. The bracing "Coming for You" explodes with a powder keg of teen angst
(D) I think System of a Down, and Serj esspecially, is more informed than we are.
We're not gonna sit up and take a stand on something if we're not covered on ...
They do incorporate the heavy, thudding and thick guitars of Disturbed, System of
a Down and the like, but the songwriters for this band have a real knack for the ...
The band switches things up and quickly veers off into chaos with all the
recklessness of System of a Down or perhaps a more subtle version of Mr.
Bungle, only ...
The first song, “Non Servium,” displays just how complex their sound is by
seamlessly jumping from fast to slow, like a much tamer version of System of a
System of a Down ... If you call watered-down electronics playing faux-jazz
vamps "new music," maybe you should just go buy a Ninja Tune record from
... the talent of Adema showed through to the DJs, and thus started the total radio
saturation of the realistic "Giving In." If you're a fan of P.O.D., System of a Down, ...
But System Of A Down, Tool, Korn, Rage Against The Machine -- you hear them
and you know it's them right off the bat. I'm sure in that category people hear the ...
Six tracks are lengthy and absorbing enough to leave you breathless, packed
with enough vigor and volatility to make System of a Down's sound seem like ...