Happy Mother's Day 2013. It's a day for saluting the women who have brought children into the world, raised them and put them on the path to the life they have chosen. In some instances, that life is rock and roll and a number of top rockers are offering up Mother's Day wishes to their own mothers as well as the other mothers out there.
The circle of life is something that's definitely on the mind of Disturbed and Device frontman David Draiman these days. The vocalist experienced the highs and lows that come with both life events within the span of the past week.
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. While many might have expected Lzzy Hale and Drai
We recently published our interview with David Draiman about his new band Device, but during that conversation the singer also talked about a number of other topics, including his presence on Twitter and the status of Disturbed.
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.
David Draiman is gearing up to release the self-titled debut album from his new band Device, and we were fortunate to catch up with the singer to discuss the disc, among other topics. As an added bonus, the band has graciously allowed Loudwire to stream the entire album prior to its April 9 release.
With his multiplatinum band Disturbed on hiatus, singer David Draiman is making the most his time with a number of projects. In addition to fronting the new industrial-leaning group Device, he also recently lent his knob-twiddling skills to Trivium's upcoming album.
Excited about the upcoming Megadeth album 'Super Collider'? Of course you are! But we've got some news that may make the wait even more difficult … according to Disturbed / Device singer David Draiman, and confirmed by Megadeth's Dave Mustaine, Draiman has lent his songwriting skills to "a few songs" on 'Super Collider.'
One of the more intriguing tracks on Device's upcoming debut album is the cover of 'Close My Eyes Forever,' in which frontman David Draiman shares vocal duties with Halestorm singer Lzzy Hale. Now, the song has been unleashed for everyone to hear. Check it out below, as well as some insight Draiman gave Loudwire into recording the duet with Hale.
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