THE F.C.C. Releases First Single

THE FLYING CUNTS OF CHAOS (THE F.C.C.), SYSTEM OF A DOWN frontman Serj Tankian's current backing band, has just released its first single, "Daysheet Blues", via iTunes.

THE F.C.C. began touring with Tankian after the release of his debut solo album, "Elect The Dead", in late 2007. The band performed its first show with Tankian in front of around 1,000 people at the Vic Theater, a medium-sized venue in Chicago, on October 12, 2007. A support tour with the FOO FIGHTERS followed in 2008, as did a headlining run with FAIR TO MIDLAND and various festival appearances.

THE F.C.C. is currently writing material for a full-length album, which is expected to be released via Tankian's Serjical Strike Records.

THE F.C.C. is:

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Mario Pagliarulo - Bass, Vocals
Erwin Khackikian - Keyboards, Piano, Synthesizers, Vocals
Troy Zeigler - Drums, Vocals
Dan Monti - Lead Vocals, Guitar
Jeff Mallow - Guitar, Vocals

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