System Of A Down bassist Shavo Odadjian has stated that the band has already written some new music – their first in almost a decade – and plan to enter the studio in the coming months to record a new album.
System Of A Down singer Serj Tankian said in a recent interview with RollingStone.com that “there has been talk” of the band recording a new album. Tankian explained, “We are going to play this (upcoming U.S.) tour, come back and we’re going to see where we are… The openness is there to work together, but we haven’t made any particular plans that we can announce.”
Tankian added that a new record depends on whether he and guitarist Daron Malakian have “songs that work for System,” saying, “I have a few that could apply, but I’m not sure until the time comes where I can actually play them for the guys and see if it’s something that vibes off them.”
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