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.
There's been a lot of anticipation for Device, the new project from Disturbed's David Draiman, over the past year. But now the biggest update yet comes with Draiman confirming an all-star lineup of guest musicians for the album, as well as details on the disc's first single and a tentative release date.
Disturbed singer David Draiman has come out in support of Lamb of God frontman Randy Blythe, who is facing manslaughter charges in the Czech Republic. Draiman has delivered a lengthy Twitter dialogue that invokes the tragic 2004 slaying of Dimebag Darrell Abbott as reason why rock artists have the right to defend themselves when concertgoers rush the stage.
A few weeks ago, details emerged about an industrially-leaning side project from Disturbed frontman David Draiman. While his main, multi-platinum band remains on hiatus, he's keeping busy with other things. He revealed the name of the new project via a tweet and it's called –drumroll, please- Device.