As the theme thongs become crucial to the point of becoming pop culture. Few have done it so good and quickly as the Game Of Throne’s one. But if you ever thought that the music from the epic HBO show was good, you haven’t heard the amazing version by System of a down’s Serj Tankian.
Tankian of Westeros.
The lead singer from System Of A Down, Serj Tankian, surprised the crowd on Los Angeles as he made an unexpected appearance at the “Game of Thrones: A Live Concert Experience.” He sang the series’ “The Rains of Castamere,” that works as a theme for the Lannister family in the popular show.
The Lebanese-American singer lent his unique and powerful voice to give an, even more, epic sound to the song. Giving it an extra resounding to the track, originally performed by The National on the “Games of Thrones’ soundtrack.”
Serj was coming
During the week, Tankian gave a hint that he will be involved with the “Game of Thrones” show. As he tweeted a picture with the show’s composer Ramin Djawadi stating: “My friend Ramin Djawadi, composer of Game of Thrones, and I playing cars? OR Prepping for the #GameofThronesLive show @TheForum.”
Last year, during August, Game of Thrones producers announced their plan to turn Djawadi’s music into a complete GOT experience. As the composer will be leading a full orchestra and choir while footage from the series was shown. The 28-date tour concludes April 2nd in Portland, Oregon.
— Ramin Djawadi (@Djawadi_Ramin) March 24, 2017
Other celebrity knights
Tankian is not the first musician that involves himself with “Game of Thrones.” As The National’s Matt Berninger also made a surprise appearance Djawadi’s production in Las Vegas on Sunday night, performing the same song.
Besides them, other rockers like Ed Sheeran, who recently revealed that he plays a minor role in the upcoming seventh season, Coldplay’s Will Champion, Snow Patrol’s Gary Lightbody and members of Sigur Ros, Of Monsters and Men and Mastodon have participated briefly in the show based on George R.R. Martin’s novels.