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System of a Down uses a wide range of instruments, including baritone electric guitars, electric mandolins, sitars, 12-string classical guitars, and many other West Asian instruments. Their main influences are most clearly from earlier alternative rock bands. They also draw pressure from the heavy metal, punk rock, jazz, fusion, Armenian folk music, classic rock, blues, and industrial genres.
In 1998, the band at large their debut album, System of a Down. The album was produced in part by Rick Rubin. The band enjoyed reasonable success, with their first single 'Sugar' flattering a radio favorite. The singles 'Spiders' and 'War?' followed. System of a Down toured lengthily, opening for Slayer, before making their way to the second stage of Ozzfest. Following Ozzfest, they toured with Fear Factory and Incubus before headlining the Sno-Core tour with Puya, Mr. Bungle and Incubus provided that support. In 2000, the band contributed their cover of the Black Sabbath song "Snowblind" to the Sabbath mark of respect album Nativity in Black 2.
The band's big break came when their critically-acclaimed sophomore album Toxicity debuted at #1 on the American and Canadian charts, finally achieving multi-platinum certification. The album has since sold 5 million copies worldwide. The album was #1 in America on the week of the September 11, 2001 attacks and the political setting caused by the attacks added to the argument surrounding their hit single "Chop Suey!," causing it to be taken off the radio as it controlled politically sensitive lyrics at the time: "I don't think you trust in my self-righteous suicide," for example. Regardless, the video gained even play on MTV as did the second single, "Toxicity." Even with the controversy surrounding "Chop Suey!," for which they earned a Grammy suggestion, System of a Down still received constant airplay in the United States throughout late 2001 and 2002 with their hits, "Toxicity" and "Aerials."