Daron Malakian Doesn’t See SOAD Making More New Music Soon

I was on my way to releasing these songs with my other band Scars on Broadway. And although Malakian insists that the members get along with each other just fine, they do have creative differences that are impeding them from moving forward as a unit.“I never say never but at the same time I’m not expecting to do any more with SOAD right away or immediately after this," the guitarist said. And our differences are only within the band," Malakian reasoned.The new songs were the first release System of a Down had put out in over 15 years. If more happens later on, then we’ll talk about that, but for now I will continue doing what I’m doing and everyone else will just continue what they’re doing. "It really does seem like our fans like these new songs. Then the situation in Armenia happened and we put our differences aside. System released the track, along with "Genocidal Humanoidz," on Nov. Lauryn SchaffnerPublished: November 16, 2020Mondadori Portfolio, Getty ImagesShare on FacebookShare on TwitterSystem of a Down surprise-released two new songs a little over a week ago. However, guitarist Daron Malakian doesn't expect the band to do anymore new music anytime soon.Speaking with Guitar World, Malakian explained that of the two new songs, "Protect the Land" was actually written over a year and a half ago. 6 to raise awareness about a conflict in Artsakh, which is having a large impact on Armenia."We didn’t even know this was going to happen. It’s all cool though, I’m really pleased with the response we got," he concluded.20 Artists Who Told Politicians to Stop Using Their Music
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Filed Under: system of a downCategories: News Between political differences within the band and stalled sessions a few years back on a new album, no one saw it coming. That’s important to me."“That’s kinda where we’re gonna leave it for now.

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