Device and Disturbed frontman David Draiman announced today (Aug. 28) via Facebook that due to complications surrounding his wife Lena’s pregnancy, all upcoming Device tour dates will be canceled through the anticipated due date, which is the first week of October. Draiman wants to stay close to home until then, and who can blame him.
Disturbed and Device frontman David Draiman has always been very outspoken with his fanbase when it comes to current events throughout the world, but his latest public outcry is one that hits a little closer to home for the rocker.
Rolling Stone magazine has drawn an enormous amount of criticism for the cover of their current issue. It features Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the teenager charged in the Boston Marathon bombings that killed three people and injured 260. Device / Disturbed frontman David Draiman is among the many expressing outrage over the decision.
Disturbed unleashed a powerful new voice in 2000 when their debut disc 'The Sickness' arrived in stores. Yes, the band had the energy and the attitude you would want from a hard rock outfit, but with singer David Draiman, there was a rhythmic delivery unlike most of the group's peers.
Those who follow Device and Disturbed frontman David Draiman know that the rocker is well-studied on his Jewish history. Now he's using his celebrity to help bring the story of holocaust survivor Leah Johnson to a wider audience.
Disturbed's powerful and anthemic sounds had become a favorite amongst military personnel over the years and in 2008 the band decided to pen a track that paid tribute to members of the military with the anthemic 'Indestructible,' the title track from Disturbed's album of the same name.
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.
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.
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