Disturbed’s newest album, Evolution (out now via Reprise Records), demonstrates what happens when a metal band grows together and ages well, like a bottle of fine scotch.
At Heavy Montreal 2016 we got interview time with Disturbed lead singer David Draiman and, when he kindly agreed to be on My Hand Is Cold, we challenged him with some hard-hitting, deeply-researched questions about his band’s music.
Disturbed return with their first album in five years and, listening to Immortalized, it’s like they’ve never been away. Read our review here.
Reprise, Warner Bros. Review by Samantha Wu http://www.disturbed1.com After a four-year hiatus, Disturbed is back and they’re bringing along…
Recently I had the great pleasure to speak with David Draiman, front man of the platinum selling band Disturbed about his newest project, Device. Co-written with Geno Lenardo of Filter, Device is an industrial/electronica record that is a bit of a musical departure for Draiman. Adding to album’s star power (as if they needed to) there are a plethora of guest appearances from musicians such as Serj Tankian, Tom Morello, Geezer Butler, and many more. Here is how the conversation went.