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Toxicity System Of A Down | Fun Facts Rock | Episode 13 (Remastered)

Did you know that System of a Down guitarist Daron Malakian used a sex toy to record a riff for the intro of a song on Toxicity?

Or that he and drummer John Dolmayan got in a bloody fight that sent both of them to the hospital?

What was the single lyric that Serj created which almost broke-up the band?

Stick around as we answer these questions and more! 

10 Fun Facts about Toxicity by System Of A Down

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