Sexy and awesome are two words that go well together like peas and carrots. OK, so peas and carrots suck, but sexy and awesome is good. And, that's exactly what you get with these three hot girls covering System of a Down's 'Toxicity'.
'Project Rogue - Titans' is a new crowd-funded collective that will feature Rogue Records America artists teaming up with 15 metal musicians, including some pretty big names. They will try to raise $70,000 for the project via an Indiegogo campaign t
System of a Down's breakout hit 'Chop Suey!' captivated millions after its 2001 release and allowed System to become perhaps the weirdest metal band to be embraced by the mainstream in the 21st century. When you have a truly weird song, the logical step is
Mash-ups can be a little bit of hit and miss, but there are occasions where the vision of the producer is just too interesting not to check out. Such is the case for the new mash-up 'Crocodile Chop,' which unites the System of a Down favorite 'Chop Suey' with Elton John's extremely upbeat and poppy '70s favorite 'Crocodile Rock.'
When cranking some System of a Down, this parent decided that 'B.Y.O.B' stands for Bring Your Own Baby as 'Chop Suey!' poured out of the speakers. This toddler is given a guitar to hold and pretend to be in the band, but dancing takes priority!
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