System Of A Down - Deer Dance (Song)
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  • What I like thus far about the structure is that the verse builds into the pre-chorus and the pre-chorus builds into the chorus pretty gradually so nothing sounds extremely rushed and all the transitions sound pretty natural and everything in my opinion
  • The bridge of the song comes in about halfway through the song where Malakian plays a far more melodic part and Tankian matches this with a melodic vocal melody, this is an excellent contrast from the rest of the song in my opinion yet it doesn’t sound out of place or anything


    • by Grimmy101
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      Deer Dance is a song by System Of A Down which appears on their second album, Toxicity. The track opens up with an extremely heavy rhythm from Malakian’s guitar and the drums and bass further add to this heavy riff.

      The track then goes into this sort of sliding guitar riff which Tankian sings the verse over before going into a variation of this for the


      pre-chorus of the song.

      Although these two parts aren’t extremely heavy, they aren’t extremely light either.

      However, once the track goes into the chorus, the sound gets aggressive as it was in the introduction of the song as you hear Tankian screaming along with Malakian.

      What I like thus far about the structure is that the verse builds into the pre-chorus and the pre-chorus builds into ...


      • the chorus pretty gradually so nothing sounds extremely rushed and all the transitions sound pretty natural and everything in my opinion.

        The bridge of the song comes in about halfway through the song where Malakian plays a far more melodic part and Tankian matches this with a melodic vocal melody, this is an excellent contrast from the rest of the song in my opinion yet it

        doesn’t sound out of place or anything.

        Also, I like the way how this part builds back into the chorus of the song, so this is another natural and flowing transition for this song.

        Overall, a pretty aggressive song for the most part but there are also some nice melodic sections on here as well, this would be a song to look into from Toxicity in my opinion.




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