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.
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.
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.
There is plenty of anticipation for Device's debut album, especially given the star-studded lineup of guests that appear on the disc alongside David Draiman. The vocalist spoke to Revolver about one of his favorite collaborations -- a duet cover with Lzzy Hale on the Ozzy Osbourne / Lita Ford classic 'Close My Eyes Forever' -- and shared why the Halestorm vocalist was the right woman for the track.
Vocalist David Draiman has been hard at work with his new project Device since the indefinite hiatus of Disturbed was announced in late 2011. After much anticipation and ballpark estimates as to when the first Device album would be unleashed, we can now confirm that the band's debut album will be self-titled and see the light of day on April 9 via Warner Bros Records.