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David Draiman ended Device too soon says Virus

Posted by on October 19, 2015

The future looked bright for David Draiman’s Device. Since forming in 2012 after Disturbed was put on hiatus a year earlier, Device put out a self-titled album in 2013 that debuted at #11 on the charts. The momentum was there, but in a recent interview with the Talk Toomey podcast, guitarist Virus says the band walked away from […]

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Tom Morello to start work on a new record

Posted by on June 24, 2015

After two years of working and touring with Bruce Springsteen (including three hour performances with “The Boss”), former Rage Against the Machine and Audioslave guitarist Tom Morello says he’s ready to start work on his next project. Said Morello on his plans after working with Springsteen for so long: “Now I’m making a big, solo rock record. A big […]

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Is Disturbed returning from their 2011 hiatus?

Posted by on June 22, 2015

Yes? Maybe! Please! Don’t make me beg… I don’t particularly care how much flak these guys get, I’ve been a fan since I first pirated 10,000 Fists, and then immediately walked to the store to buy it I don’t even remember how many years ago. I credit Disturbed as being one of the first contemporary […]

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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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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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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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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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Device premiere video for “You Think You Know”

Posted by on August 19, 2013

Device, led by Disturbed’s David Draiman, have premiered a new video for the track “You Think You Know.” The single is the second off the band’s self-titled debut album released in April. Device, who recently wrapped up performances with Megadeth, Black Label Society, Newsted and Hellyeah on Gigantour, will continue on with dates of their own in […]

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Megadeth’s David Ellefson on new album, Gigantour, David Draiman and Lemmy

Posted by on August 16, 2013

When we met Megadeth bassist David Ellefson last week at Vevo headquarters, he was about to do something he hasn’t done much before: play a three song acoustic set with the band in front of a small audience. As the bassist of the band, Ellefson has been with Megadeth for almost its whole career, so […]

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Metal By Numbers 8/7: Unsurprisingly, Five Finger Death Punch Have a Number 2 Record

Posted by on August 7, 2013

We’re not always 100% right in our predictions when it comes to album sales. It’s like predicting the weather except 1) we have a high success rate and 2) no one ever cursed us for unforeseen torrential downpours. But in the case of a certain band and the release of the first of two albums […]

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