System Of A Down - Chop Suey (Song)
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  • The track opens up with an acoustic guitar riff played by Malakian before a lead distorted guitar comes in as well along with an excellent pounding drum rhythm which gives the song a very interesting sound, the bass also helps to add a layer of depth to the song as well
  • The track deserves the recognition it has received and one is my favorite songs by System Of A Down, a track I’d highly recommend


    • by Grimmy101
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      Chop Suey is a song by System Of A Down which is one of their more well known tracks from their second studio effort, Toxicity. The track opens up with an acoustic guitar riff played by Malakian before a lead distorted guitar comes in as well along with an excellent pounding drum rhythm which gives the song a very interesting sound, the bass also helps to add a layer of depth to the

      song as well. The track then transitions into a faster section which is extremely driven by Malakian’s guitar riff and has a very aggressive and heavy feel to it, particularly once Tankian comes in with the first verse of the song. Although the verse of this track is quite aggressive, the chorus slows down in tempo and in intensity as Malakian and Tankian share a vocal part in a far more melodic fashion ...

      • before returning the aggression of the verse. The contrast between the verse and chorus is nice because although the verse has a nice aggressive sound, I’d be somewhat bored with the track if it continued on in that same attitude and fashion throughout the entire song, thankfully the chorus goes with the melodic approach yet still works well with the song overall. The bridge of this track is probably the most aggressive section
        in the song and you get a chance to hear a vocal performance going back and forth with Tankian and Malakian singing together with Tankian on lead and Malakian on some background parts, the sound is extremely heavy in some sections yet it’s also quite melodic even towards the end. The track deserves the recognition it has received and one is my favorite songs by System Of A Down, a track I’d highly recommend.




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