Daron Malakian's band Scars on Broadway performed an intimate acoustic set at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles on July 23rd in celebration of their new full-length Dictator, the project's first release in a decade. The unplugged set included the live debut of that album's single "Til the End," the first-ever performance of a previously unreleased song, titled "You Destroy You", and — as an added bonus for System of a Down diehards — stripped-down takes on the alt-metal titans' tracks "Lonely Day" and "Lost in Hollywood."
Now, high-quality fan footage of Scars on Broadway's whole show has made it to onto YouTube. Check out several highlights from the set below.
Malakian recently sat down for an in-depth interview with Revolver about the record, System of a Down, his role in Linkin Park's Hollywood Bowl tribute to Chester Bennington, Charles Manson, and much more. Check it out here, and for more on Malakian, don't miss his breakdown of the 10 albums that shaped his life.