Dictator is the second album by Daron Malakian and Scars on Broadway, released by the record label Scarred for Life on July 20, 2018. Daron Malakian wrote, produced, and recorded the album over ten days in 2012. Dictator was officially announced on April 16, 2018. Regarding the delay of the album, Malakian stated "not knowing what's happening with System has kept me from putting my own stuff out. Too much time has passed, and I'm really excited to finally get some music out finally.
Lives starts off Dictator in a great way, giving you the simultaneous hookiness, heavyness and weirdness that one would hope for from a Malakian-related project. Lives was the first single released off the album, featuring an Immigrant Song -esque guitar riff in the verses. The buzz on Lives was immediate, as evidenced by Rolling Stone naming it as one of its Songs Of The Summer. Lives starts off Dictator in a great way, giving you the simultaneous hookiness, heavyness and weirdness that one would hope for from a Malakian-related project. Check out "Lives" by Scars On Broadway, the first single off Dictator
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