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Daron Malakian was born in July of 1975 in Glendale, California, to Armenian immigrant parents.
Daron Malakian is an Armenian-American musician, lead singer, songwriter, record producer, and instrumentalist. Daron Malakian is an outstanding rock musician.
In his early life, Daron Malakian first learned to play the guitar as a hobby, and as a teenager realized that the guitar was also an incredible songwriting instrument. Daron is known for his metal band, System Of A Down. He is a guitarist, songwriter, and second vocalist in this band. He is also recognized as the lead vocalist, lead guitarist, multi-instrumentalist, and songwriter of another band, Scars On Broadway. Over the years, he has produced music in genres like Alternative Metal, Hard Rock, Experimental Rock, Heavy Metal, and even Progressive Metal.
Daron Malakian’s net worth is around $20 million.
Daron Malakian’s annual earnings are not yet known.
Daron Malakian is 5 ft 7 in (171 cm) tall.
Daron Malakian was born on July 18, 1975. He turned 47 years old on his birthday on July 18, 2022.
Daron Malakian was born in Hollywood, CA, on August 18, 1975. Daron was born to Vartan Malakian and Zepur Malakian. His parents are initially from Armenia, but they immigrated to America. His parents are both artists as well. Daron’s father, Vartan Malakian, is a painter, dancer, and choreographer, and Daron’s mother, Zepur Malakian is a sculptor who used to teach college-level sculpting classes earlier in her career.
At about four years old, he started to take an interest in music when his cousin played a Kiss record. Soon after, Malakian began listening to other artists and became interested in heavy metal. During his teenage years, he heard a lot of thrash metal bands such as Slayer and Venom and some groove metal bands like Pantera. Malakian went to study at Rose and Alex Pilibos Armenian School in the Los Feliz side of Hollywood. As a teenager, Malakian attended Glendale High School.
Daron Malakian is currently single and is not dating anyone. He also has no children of his own. He has been in relationships with Criss Angel, Maluma, Mario Domm, Giovani Dos Santos, Pepe Diaz, Christopher Von Uckermann, and Christian Nodal.
Daron Malakian is well known as the main guitarist of System Of A Down and the lead guitarist, lead singer, multi-instrumentalist, and songwriter of Scars On Broadway. His successful albums are 'Dictator,' released in 2018, and 'Scars On Broadway,' released in 2008. 'Toxicity' was released in 2001, and 'System Of A Down' was released in 1998. He is mainly known for his songs 'Chop Suey!' and 'Toxicity,' released in 2001, and 'B.Y.O.B,' released in 2005.
Malakian met Serj Tankian in 1993, and they together formed a jam band called Soil which lasted for a short period. Later they created a new band called System Of A Down. The name was based on a poem written by Malakian with the title ‘Victims Of A Down.’ He has co-produced System Of A Down's albums with Rick Rubin, as well as albums by The Ambulance and Bad Acid Trip, which was a band on the fellow member, Serj Tankian's Serjical Strike Records. Malakian, the guitarist and the songwriter, performed in Hollywood with Scars On Broadway on August 20, 2010. System Of A Down confirmed their return to Europe for a June 2011 tour on November 29, 2010. On June 11, 2011, they performed at the Download Festival.
In 2014, Daron appeared on Linkin Park's sixth studio album, 'The Hunting Party,' for which he was provided additional guitars for the promotional single 'Rebellion'. Malakian played with the Los Angeles-based alternative music project, Millennials, on August 18, 2016. Malakian sang a song on Armenian history and culture on Broadway With Scars. Daron Malakian and Scars On Broadway released their album 'Dictator' on July 20, 2018.
Malakian is also famous for his unusual playing style and is placed 47th on Loudwire's list of the Top 50 Hard Rock + Metal Guitarists of All Time. He also ranked number 11 in MusicRadar's poll, The 20 Greatest Metal Guitarists Ever. He is placed 30th on Guitar World's list of The 100 Greatest Heavy Metal Guitarists of All Time.
Daron Malakian's song 'System Of A Down' has raised a good amount of money, and it has been donated to the Armenian Funds.
Daron Malakian, the famous guitarist, has won the Parajanov-Vartanov Institute Awards. This award, established in honor of Sergei Parajanov and Mikhail Vartanov, recognizes the Grammy-winning rock band System of a Down for their exemplary dedication to justice, as demonstrated by their historic Wake Up The Souls (2015) tour in 2015.
Apart from playing the guitars and writing songs, Daron Malakian is also interested in playing other instruments like bass, drums, and keyboards. He has always wanted to play the drums since he was a youngster.
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