SERJ TANKIAN: 'Goodbye - Gate 21 (Rock Remix)' Video Released

Singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, political activist and SYSTEM OF A DOWN frontman Serj Tankian releases his digital-only "Imperfect Remixes" EP today on Serjical Strike/Reprise Records. Fans can purchase the EP at iTunes. The video for the lead single, "Goodbye - Gate 21 (Rock Remix)", which features Tom Morello (RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE, AUDIOSLAVE), can be viewed below.

"Imperfect Remixes" EP track listing

01. Goodbye - Gate 21 (Rock Remix featuring Tom Morello)
02. Reconstructive Demonstrations (Rock Remix)
03. Invisible Love - Deserving? (Electro Remix)
04. Goddamn Trigger (iTunes bonus track)

The "Imperfect Remixes" cover artwork for the effort was created by Patrick Call and can be viewed below.

Tankian is also in the news for his involvement in a new rock musical called "Prometheus Bound". He composed all the music, including the song "The Hunger", which features Shirley Manson of GARBAGE on vocals.

"The Hunger" is available starting today exclusively on iTunes, with all proceeds to benefit Amnesty International.

An outcry against tyranny, "Prometheus Bound" illustrates one man's struggle against the brute force of a ruthless dictator. Written by Tony and Grammy Award-winning playwright and lyricist Steven Sater ("Spring Awakening") with music composed by Tankian, this new musical is inspired by Aeschylus's Ancient Greek tragedy about the heroic struggle of Western civilization's first prisoner of conscience. A.R.T. artistic director Diane Paulus stages this world premiere production, immersing the audience in an environment that has the Dionysian energy and rebelliousness of a rock concert. The A.R.T.'s production of "Prometheus Bound" runs from February 25 to April 2 at the A.R.T.'s OBERON.


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