Disturbed and Device singer and new father David Draiman has launched Wingman, a social media app that is meant to be a light in the digital darkness. Despite the name (and the cultural connotation of a "wingman"), it has nothing to do with scoring chicks.
Trivium fans will certainly be able to hear David Draiman’s influence on the band's new album, ‘Vengeance Falls.’ Draiman is best known as the singer of Disturbed and Device, but he stepped into the role of producer for Trivium’s latest release.
Congratulations to Disturbed / Device singer David Draiman and his lovely wife Lena on the birth of their baby boy, Samuel Bear Isamu Draiman! The little rocker entered the world at 12:58AM on Thursday (Sept. 12)! See a picture of the cute kid below.
Disturbed singer David Draiman is currently finding success with his new band Device, whose single 'Vilify' recently topped the Active Rock chart. Meanwhile, Disturbed guitarist Dan Donegan and drummer Mike Wengren are taking off with their new outfit Fight or Flight, as bassist John Moyer continues to work with Adrenaline Mob.
Halestorm rocked their Grammy-winning song 'Love Bites (So Do I)' and 'I Miss the Misery' at the 2013 Revolver Golden Gods on May 2, but really raised things to a fevered pitch by introducing Device's David Draiman...
Our illustrious intern, Troy Selfridge, put up a poll this afternoon on whether or not you like the new remake of Ozzy and Lita's 'Close My Eyes Forever' done by David Draiman (Disturbed, Device) and Lzzy Hale (Halestorm),
A new band called Device, featuring David Draiman of Disturbed, got together with Lzzy Hale of Halestorm and covered "Close My Eyes Forever". The Original recording featured Ozzy Osbourne and Lita Ford.
As David Draiman prepares for the release of Device's first album next week, he's once again heading online to let fans know that his commitment to Disturbed remains intact while his passion and excitement for Device is equally as strong.
It's a big week for Device, as the band just debuted their new single 'Vilify' and they're now ready to share the video for the song, as well as the full track listing for their upcoming self-titled album.
In this day and age in the music industry, it's hard for bands to keep songs under wraps before their official release. Disturbed singer David Draiman's new band Device are no exception, with the first single 'Vilify' off their self-titled debut hitting YouTube today (Feb. 17). Listen below.
As the anticipation builds for the April 9 release of their self-titled debut album, Device have released a short, 45 second black and white teaser video featuring a snippet of their music (watch below). The first single 'Vilify' hits radio on Feb. 19.
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