Shavo Odadjia Says System of a Down Will Have 2010 Reunion
Heavy rocker Shavo Odadjia has given fans hope of a 2010 System of a Down reunion, four years after the band last rocked out together. System of a Down has been on hiatus since 2006 and frontman Serj Tankian has used his time away from the group to launch a solo career.
But the bassist has hinted the stars are due to reunite and make a comeback. In a cryptic post on his Twitter.com page, Odadjia teases, "Are u (sic) guys ready for System???" The band's last album, Hypnotize, was released in November 2005.
System of a Down released their debut album "System of a Down" in 1998. Their first single "Sugar" had earned the band a success as it became a radio favorite. Their second album "Toxicity" was outed in 2001.
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