See System of a Down Play "Suite-Pee" With Joey Jordison in 2012 | Revolver

See System of a Down Play "Suite-Pee" With Joey Jordison in 2012

Slipknot drummer made pulverizing guest appearance during System set in Australia

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Joey Jordison played with fucking everyone. In addition to co-founding Slipknot, the late drummer sat behind the kit on tours with Korn, Rob Zombie and Ministry, played a special one-off show with Metallica in 2004, and made a litany of on-stage guest appearances over the years.

One of those special moments went down on February 29th, 2012, when Jordison strutted out during a System of a Down set and crushed the drums while the band played their longtime fan favorite, "Suite-Pee." 

As you can see in fan-captured footage from the show at Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne, Australia, SOAD invited the world-class drummer behind their kit and promptly launched into the pulverizing "Suite-Pee," one of the heavier standouts from their 1998 self-titled debut. 

Naturally, Jordison's aggressive drumming approach was a perfect fit for the minute-and-a-half burner, and the dude didn't miss a note. What's more, SOAD's actual drummer, John Dolmayan, didn't sit around twiddling his thumbs. Instead, he took the opportunity to stage-dive into the crowd and swim on top of people's bodies while his bandmates cranked through the song with their special guest. 

It looked like a total ball, and you can watch it all happen above via YouTube.