Serj Tankian isn’t the world’s best-looking man. I am not the world’s best-looking man. And to be honest, there were no pics of hot girls on the site today, and I wanted to change that. So here’s a picture of a girl who — I bet — loves System of a Down, and hence, probably wants to hear Serj Tankian’s forthcoming second solo LP.
Well, now that gorgeous piece of ass is going to have to wait two more weeks than she probably had anticipated. That’s because Serj had delayed the release of Imperfect Harmonies by a fortnight. Serj didn’t want to have the album made with regular paper, but rather, wants the album to be manufactured with tree-free paper, which was not available to create the album’s packaging in time for its September 7 release.
So Serj’s disc will be in stores September 21 instead. The album follows 2007’s Elect the Dead and was produced by Tankian himself at his home studio in Los Angeles.
“Where Elect the Dead was essentially a rock record with progressive melodic elements,” Tankian has said of the new disc. “Imperfect Harmonies could be classified as rock because it is punchy with many peaks throughout, but the instrumentation is somewhat different. Though there are live drums, bass, and some guitars, the driving aspects are electronic and orchestral. It’s quite unique in its sound palette. This is, in essence, music that has sat in the vat and matured to a ripe sensation and is now ready to serve.”
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