Ara Soudjian Shares SOAD’s Genocidal Humanoidz Music Video Coming Soon

SYSTEM OF A DOWN new song ‘Genocidal Humanoidz‘ music video coming soon. Ara Soudjian announces this new music video not released yet.

After 15 years SOAD’s new ‘Genocidal Humanoidz‘ and ‘Protect The Land‘ tracks. They also supported by the recent conflict between Artsakh and Azerbaijan. For these two songs SYSTEM OF A DOWN‘s Serj Tankian also shared the statement, “The aggression and injustice being perpetrated against the Armenian people in Artsakh and Armenia by Azerbaijan and Turkey is a human rights violation and a war crime.

He added, “All of us in the System realize this is an existential battle for our people. So this is very personal for us. What we need right now is for the world to put politics aside. And support Armenia by sanctioning Turkey and Azerbaijan and recognizing Artsakh.” And all income goes to Armenia Fund.

But there is only one video published with these tracks. And this one ‘Protect The Land’ also directed by Ara Soudjian and Shavo Odadjian.

A few days ago Ara Soudjian posted a video on his Instagram account and talked about the upcoming new ‘Genocidal Humanoidz’ music video.

“The music video for Protect the Land is not the only System of a Down’s first creation in 15 years, but it’s also a research-based music video that highlights the gruesome reality for Armenians during the 2020 Nagorno-Karabakh War.

One of my guests today was the guitarist for System of a Down and North Kingsley, @shavoodadjian. As Genocidal Humanoidz’s music video has yet to be released, we talked about the prominence of unity and togetherness in Protect the Land. At a delicate and emotional time for Armenians, unity is the symbolic message that Shavo expressed regarding System of a Down’s reunification. After 15 years with something much bigger than a band — it’s culture, heritage, and above all, existence. We also talked about how the music video for Protect the Land was done so efficiently in 48 hrs – that’s where Ara Soudjian played a key role.

Ara collaborated with his brothers Armen and Varante – overseas. As well as Arnold Ghazaryan, a wounded Armenian soldier. That was a student of Soudjian at TUMO Center. The frontline footages and archives added to the music video were empirical video footage. Also, that stands as proof of the #warcrimes committed by Azerbaijani armed forces.

Soudjian and Odadjian are prime examples that as Armenians we can never be silenced. Our creative arts, research, humanitarianism, and overall existence amidst uncontrollable external adversities shows just how resilient we are.”

You can listen to the ‘Genocidal Humanoidz‘ song below!

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