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System Of A Down have excited fans by counting down to an announcing – leading to speculation that they could finally return with a new album or more world tour dates.

The metal veterans haven’t released a full-length record since 2005’s double album ‘Mezmerize/Hypnotize’, which was released a year before the four-piece initially split up. However, they reunited in 2010 and have remained an active touring unit since.

Now, after a long period of struggling to work on new material, the band have taken to Twitter to kickstart a mysterious countdown from three to one – which is set to end later today (Monday April 9):

THREE. #systemofadown

— System of a Down (@systemofadown) April 6, 2018

TWO. #systemofadown #soad2018

— System of a Down (@systemofadown) April 7, 2018

ONE. #systemofadown #soad2018 #letsdothis

— System of a Down (@systemofadown) April 9, 2018

Fans remain hopeful that this could bring news of their long-awaited sixth album or more world tour dates.

After telling fans back in July that he wasn’t optimistic about the prospect of a new album surfacing any time soon, frontman Serj Tankian revealed late last year that the band had been in the studio – but still had a long way to go.

“We’ve discussed it and we’ve played each other songs, but we still haven’t come eye-to-eye on how things should be done for us to be able to move forward with it,” Tankian said. “And that’s where it’s been.”

Asked about his current relationship with his bandmates, the frontman reassured fans that they all still get along.

“That’s the funny thing. When people don’t see a record, they assume the worst about your internal relationship. But the truth is we’re actually better friends – at least I’m better friends with everyone than I’ve ever been,” he clarified.

09/04/2018 14:06:57
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