SYSTEM OF A DOWN: New Song Available For Download

A brand new SYSTEM OF A DOWN track, entitled "Cigaro", has been made available for download in MP3 format at this location.

"Cigaro" is one of several tracks completed towards the group's forthcoming album "Mesmerize/Hypnotize", which is currently being mixed at a Los Angeles studio by Andy Wallace (KORN, LIMP BIZKIT, DISTURBED, SEPULTURA).

As previously announced, "Mesmerize/Hypnotize" will be released as a two-disc set, the first disc ("Mesmerize") dropping in the spring, the second disc ("Hypnotize") coming out roughly six months after that.

SYSTEM OF A DOWN plan to spend the next couple years on the road. Their first stop is Auckland on January 21, where they will kick off a six-day stint at New Zealand and Australia's annual traveling festival, Big Day Out.

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