System Of A Down - Kill Rock ‘N Roll (Song)
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  • Overall, the riffs to Kill Rock ‘N Roll are nothing great at all, really just drop power-chords, but I do have to say that I enjoy Malakian’s vocal delivery throughout the track, even though there’s nothing all that great on this track I still enjoy it, it’s probably one of the catchier System Of A Down songs actually
  • Overall, the song passes very quickly and the parts themselves don’t last for that long, but at the same time, if these parts had been prolonged then they probably would’ve just sounded boring
  • An enjoyable track but not the best example of what System Of A Down is capable of


    • by Grimmy101
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      Kill Rock ‘N Roll is a song by System Of A Down which appears on the second half of their double record Mezmerize/Hypnotize. Kill Rock ‘N Roll is a very short track, at about two and a half minutes long, and it’s also a track which feels short as well.

      The track opens up with a guitar part and then gives way to Serj Tankian singing a short vocal part but Daron Malakian is the one to take lead vocals on this track,


      although Tankian does singing in the background and along with Malakian during the chorus of the track.

      I will say that the song is extremely fast paced as well, not so much in the literal tempo, but more in how fast the parts go by.

      The verses to this track are extremely short and the chorus is very quick as well so this is why parts seem to go by so quickly and the bridge comes into the song so quickly.

      To be ...


      • honest, generally I wouldn’t really like this set up of parts which pass extremely quickly, because it makes the song feel empty and just rushed in my opinion, but it works unusually well with Kill Rock ‘N Roll.

        The bridge of the track continues on with more guitar parts with Malakian singing lead and Tankian singing along with him in some sections.

        Overall, the riffs to Kill Rock ‘N Roll are nothing great at all, really just drop power-chords, but I do have

        to say that I enjoy Malakian’s vocal delivery throughout the track, even though there’s nothing all that great on this track I still enjoy it, it’s probably one of the catchier System Of A Down songs actually.

        Overall, the song passes very quickly and the parts themselves don’t last for that long, but at the same time, if these parts had been prolonged then they probably would’ve just sounded boring.

        An enjoyable track but not the best example of what System Of A Down is capable of.




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