System Of A Down announces support acts for benefit concert

March 25 2004

System Of A Down announces support acts for benefit concert

As we had reported before, System Of A Down will be headlining the
`Souls 2004′ benefit concert on April 24th at the Greek Theatre in
Los Angeles, CA. with proceeds benefiting `organizations that work to
eradicate the atrocities of genocides across the globe, including the
Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA), an organization that
supports legislation in the U.S. Congress to recognize the Armenian
Genocide that was perpetrated by the Ottoman Empire during World War 1.’

System has just confirmed all the supporting acts for the event and
they include Saul Williams, Bad Acid Trip, and Zach Hill.

Saul Williams is an influential and award-winning
rapper/poet/actor/screenwriter who co-wrote and starred in the film
`Slam.’ He has also received awards including the Grand Jury Prize at
1998’s Sundance Film Festival.

Bad Acid Trip is an innovative and eccentric band that recently
signed on toe System frontman Serj Tankian’s label Serjical Strike
Records and will release their debut on April 20th.

And opener Zach Hill is a much buzzed-about drummer scheduled to
`perform one of the most astounding drum solos you’ll ever witness.’
He is also the drummer for Sacramento-based duo Hella, and also
played drums for Team Sleep, the side project fronted by Deftones
vocalist Chino Moreno.