Tag Archives: David Draiman

DAVID DRAIMAN HAS DELETED HIS TWITTER ACCOUNT

Posted by on June 25, 2015

EARLIER THIS WEEK, DISTURBED CAME OUT OF HIBERNATION, RELEASING THE SINGLE, “THE VENGEFUL ONE,” FROM THEIR FORTHCOMING ALBUM IMMORTALIZED. IT’S PROVEN TO BE A HIT, WITH THE VIDEO GETTING OVER 1 MILLION VIEWS IN JUST TWO DAYS (1.4 MILLION AT PRESS TIME). HOWEVER, DON’T LOOK TO CONGRATULATE SINGER DAVID DRAIMAN ON THE SINGLE’S SUCCESS OR THE […]

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David Draiman and Jim Norton spar over new Daily Show host Trevor Noah

Posted by on April 3, 2015

Disturbed front man David Draiman had his boxing gloves on when the new host of The Daily Show Trevor Noah tweeted some antisemitic comments. While on Israel’s public domestic and international radio service Voice of Israel, Draiman made some pretty bold statements. Such as, “Have me on your show. Go ahead and start spewing anti-Semitic or Jewish […]

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Disturbed will reunite “someday”

Posted by on December 31, 2014

It may be a vague bit of news, but at least it’s news coming straight from David Draiman. On Tuesday night, Draiman was replying to folks on Twitter, and of course the status of Disturbed came up. Said Draiman: OKAY… 1. Disturbed WILL REUNITE…SOMEDAY. 2. I HAVE NO IDEA WHEN 3. NO CLUE ON Device […]

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This Disturbed parody video will give you a la-ah-ah-agh

Posted by on May 9, 2014

There are many metal vocalists who get poked fun at for their vocal style, but one guy who stand out at the the top is David Draiman of Disturbed. Seriously, who hasn’t made a crack about the vocals on “Down With The Sickness” at least once? Hell, we did in the title of the post. […]

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David Draiman launches social networking app, ‘Wingman’

Posted by on April 3, 2014

Social media is used everwhere. From computers to tablets to even phones, the majority of the world can be reached by a few clicks.  Disturbed/Device frontman David Draiman has found a way to improve,  or rather transcend, our already-immediate means  of communication. His idea? An app called Wingman. While we’ve been reading through a multitude […]

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The metal community reacts to Dave Brockie’s passing

Posted by on March 24, 2014

With the news of Oderus’ aka Dave Brockie’s death, there have been many different reactions from metal bands, musicians, and celebrities all across the internet. We’ve compiled a few of the many tributes:         Mark Morton (Lamb of God): I’m so lucky to have known Dave Brockie. Godspeed my friend. We love you. […]

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David Draiman probably won’t appear on next Megadeth album

Posted by on February 21, 2014

Super Collider was easily Megadeth’s most polarizing album since Risk. And love it or hate it (most people, um, didn’t love it), the album was one of their more successful albums, debuting in the top ten on Billboard. However, according to bassist David Ellefson, they’re not going to make Super Collider Part Deux . Calling their 14th album a […]

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Trivium streaming new album ‘Vengeance Falls’

Posted by on October 7, 2013

Trivium is streaming their new album Vengeance Falls online via Roadrunner Records, a week ahead of the official release date October 15. While the guitar solos are still the tight symphonic passages Trivium is known for, the vocal execution and some of the main riffs are a little more, shall we say “Disturbing,” with obvious influence […]

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Device cancel all immediate touring plans

Posted by on August 29, 2013

Device have cancelled tour dates scheduled through the beginning of October so frontman David Draiman can be closer to his wife Lena and soon-to-be-born baby. The decision resulted from complications with the pregnancy, but Draiman has since Tweeted that the two are doing ok.  He still plans to stay close to their side for the […]

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Trivium are undergoing some “Strife”

Posted by on August 20, 2013

You’ve already gotten a chance to hear “Brave This Storm,” the opening track from Trivium’s sixth album, Vengeance Falls. Now the band have returned with “Strife,” the first official single from the album. It’s a streamlined version of Trivium; hook-filled, riffy, and heavy, but accessible. You can kind of hear David Draiman’s touch, especially in […]

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