magazine, Malakian placed the blame for the lack of new SYSTEM OF A DOWN music squarely on Serj's shoulders, saying that "there is one of us that wants to make an album his way. That's been the issue." He went on to say that Serj is "totally set in his way of thinking" and claimed that Tankian "didn't even want to make 'Mezmerize' and 'Hypnotize'." Earlier today, Serj took to his Facebook page to post an essay dubbed "Confessions about SOAD by Serj Tankian" in which he opened up about the disagreements between him and the other members of SYSTEM OF A DOWN about how the band should go about making new music.
This, of course, has led to numerous rumors about the band and our inability to make a record together coupled with he said/he said excerpts from each of our interviews in the past and present at times by sensationalism seeking media who are in no way, let's say, changing the world for the better themselves.
Incisif, rock et énervé, cet album révèle toute la puissance de sa voix aux variations uniques.
Who knows, if their current touring schedule keeps up, we might even see them back on Aussie soil for the first time since 2012.
Serj Tankian has confirmed that he was mixing “some rock songs” over the weekend.
This is why I personally don’t feel as close to the music on those records.
There were songs I wanted to bring in but was hampered by unkept promises coupled by my own passivity at the time.”Now, the frontman has once again opened up about the band’s current status, revealing that new music can’t be created just for the sake of new music, but noting that it has to feel “organic”.magazine, Serj Tankian and Incubus’ Brandon Boyd took part in a joint interview, which saw the pair touch upon a number of topics, including the topic new System Of A Down music, which Tankian quickly dismissed.“It’s gotta be organic, it’s gotta feel right in every way,” he explained.