System Of A Down - Vicinity Of Obscenity (Song)  » Music  »
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  • I should mention that the lyrics and vocals on this track are quite unconventional so don’t listen to this song expecting anything amazing from the lyrics or some very deep hidden message with complex metaphors and other literary devices
  • The thing I’m noticing about this song is that System certainly doesn’t really stick with one mood for very long which is a nice thing because the overall mood is frequently changing in the song and it keeps the track from possibly getting boring


    • by Grimmy101
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      Vicinity Of Obscenity is a song by System Of A Down which appears on their second half of their double record Mezmerize/Hypnotize. The song opens up with a rhythm played on drumsticks before a sliding guitar riff comes in for the main riff of the track and finally the first verse.

      I should mention that the lyrics and vocals on this track are quite unconventional so


      don’t listen to this song expecting anything amazing from the lyrics or some very deep hidden message with complex metaphors and other literary devices.

      The verse basically goes back and forth between more melodic sections and then very aggressive sections.

      The chorus of the track is on the heavier side and the lyrics are certainly quite odd, to say the least.

      The thing I’m noticing about ...


      • this song is that System certainly doesn’t really stick with one mood for very long which is a nice thing because the overall mood is frequently changing in the song and it keeps the track from possibly getting boring.

        There aren’t very many lyrics in this song, and the ones that are in the song make very little sense and strike me as complete nonsense.

        Nevertheless,

        I still enjoy the track as the vocal performances throughout this track are very energetic, the music works well with the feel of the track, and the flow of the song is great as well.

        It’s not an extremely well developed song or anything but it’s a song I don’t mind hearing now and then, although I wouldn’t want to listen to this song all that often.




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