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About “Toxicity” “Toxicity” is one of System of a Down’s biggest hits, the song reached No. 70 on Billboard Hot 100 and No. 3 on Mainstream Rock chart.
Toxicity is the second studio album by Armenian-American heavy metal band System of a Down, released on September 4, 2001 by American Recordings and Columbia Records. Featuring the heaviness and aggression of their 1998 debut album, it features more melody, harmonies, and singing than the band’s aforementioned album.
Oct 15, 2012 · System of a Down – Toxicity Official Music Video HD, with supreme sound quality.
Toxicity is perfect for people to enter the musical world of System of a Down. It’s a little more beginner-friendly, for lack of better term, than their debut album, but not as raw. It’s a shame that modern radio-friendly music is what it is now, when you consider that all of the singles from Toxicity used to be in regular rotation for a long time, and not just on rock stations.
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« Toxicity » was featured in the games « Rock Band », « Guitar Hero: Metallica », « Guitar Hero Live ». The music video was co-directed by the band’s bassist Shavo Odadjian, and it shows the Hollywood Walk of Fame, homeless people lined against the streets, and Milky Way.
By 2004, System of a Down was back in the studio with Rick Rubin. The bold result of those sessions was a single epic album released in two parts. Mezmerize/Hypnotize kept System’s furious creativity alive, incorporating the wild vocal melodies, lyrical passion, …
Disorder, disorder, disorder More wood for the fires, loud neighbors. Flashlight reveries caught in the headlights of a truck Eating seeds as a pastime activity
(which earned a Grammy nomination), System of a Down still received constant airplay in the United States throughout late 2001 and 2002 with « Toxicity » and « Aerials ». In May 2006, VH1 listed « Toxicity » in the number 14 slot in the 40 Greatest Metal Songs .