System Of A Down - DDevil (Song)
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  • DDevil starts off with an interesting bass line accompanied by a drum rhythm which goes on for a bit of time before the song transitions into a much heavier section thanks to the addition of Malakian’s heavily distorted guitar which doubles up on this bass line except plays it in power-chords rather than single notes


    • by Grimmy101
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      DDevil is a song by System Of A Down which appears on their self-titled debut record. DDevil starts off with an interesting bass line accompanied by a drum rhythm which goes on for a bit of time before the song transitions into a much heavier section thanks to the addition of Malakian’s heavily distorted guitar which doubles up on this bass line except plays it in power-chords rather than single notes.

      Tankian comes


      in with the vocal melody which lyrics which I still fail to understand, after having listened to this song for years, and a delivery which fits the intensity of the track.

      Although I really have no idea what Tankian is singing about, some of the lyrics on this track are clever and even on the band’s debut record, Tankian really did show lyrical promise as well as just an excellent energy and pride ...


      • for his vocal performances.

        The overall mood of this track is extremely aggressive and quite heavy, pretty much like the rest of this record.

        The song is extremely short at just under two minutes in length so it really isn’t a big waste of time to listen to if you end up not liking the song.

        I’ll admit that DDevil certainly isn’t among the strongest tracks on this album and it doesn’t demonstrate

        anything which really impresses me throughout but I nevertheless think it’s a strong song which has a nice and heavy aggressive sound to it which I’m sure would satisfy many fans of System Of A Down.

        Again, the track is very short so even if you end up not liking it, it isn’t as if you wasted much time to listen to, it’s a solid track with a nice rhythm throughout and worth a listen.




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