Thrash metal legends Megadeth have released a sample of a new song entitled “Don’t Turn Your Back”, which comes from their upcoming album Super Collider (out June 4th). The song clip and album cover were revealed by playing a simple memory game here. You can listen to the sample and see the cover below.
Today marks the release of Device’s debut full-length, the self-titled Device. The brainchild of Disturbed frontman David Draiman, Device features Filter guitarist Geno Lenardo and a slew of guest artists, including Lzzy Hale (Halestorm), Serj Tankian (System Of A Down), and more. It is a project that has drawn the interest of countless Disturbed enthusiasts, especially since the announcement of the group’s hiatus in 2011.
With all of these guest artists and one of today’s most recognizable vocalists, is there any way that this debut could fail? Head on below to read my thoughts on the album! READ MORE
It has been announced that Disturbed/Device vocalist David Draiman will be adding “vocal/singing help” on two tracks on the upcoming Megadeth album Super Collider. Draiman will be on the tracks “Dance In The Rain” as well as “Forget To Remember”. On the former track, Draiman will labelled as a “guest appearance”.
Megadeth guitarist/vocalist Dave Mustaine has stated that the track “Dance In The Rain”, “…sounds amazing!”
Draiman states, “I had the distinct honor and privilege of working with the legendary Mr. Dave Mustaine on a few songs for the new MEGADETH record.”
Super Collider is scheduled to come out June 4th via Tradecraft Records. READ MORE
This Tuesday sees the release of Device‘s self-titled album. Featuring Disturbed singer David Draiman and Filter guitarist Geno Lenardo, the album features 10 tracks that also sees several special guests such as M. Shadows (Avenged Sevenfold), Serj Tankian (System Of A Down), and many more. Below is a full stream of the album for your listening pleasure!
Bloody-Disgusting is thrilled to bring you an exclusive first listen to Device‘s cover of the classic song “Close My Eyes Forever”. This cover sees singer David Draiman (Disturbed) take on Ozzy Osbourne‘s vocals and is joined by Halestorm‘s Lzzy Hale, who tackles Lita Ford‘s parts. The song will be hitting radio later today, so keep your dials tuned in! Head on below to listen to the track as well as to see Draiman explain how the song came about!
Device‘s upcoming self-titled debut features ex-Filter guitarist Gene Lenardo, who co-wrote the album. Joining as the touring incantation is Evanescence drummer Will Hunt and Dope guitarist Virus.
The self-titled album features guest appearances from Serj Tankian (System of a Down), Tom Morello (Rage Against the Machine), Geezer Butler (Black Sabbath), Glenn Hughes (Deep Purple, Black Sabbath, Black Country Communion), and M. Shadows (Avenged Sevenfold). The album comes out April 9th and can be pre-ordered here. READ MORE
Device, the new project from Disturbed frontman David Draiman, will be hitting the Southern parts of the US for a relatively short tour this Spring. The tour will begin in Mobile, AL and end in Rockingham, NC. Support will come from Gemini Syndrome and Nonpoint. All tour dates are below.
The band will be touring in support of their upcoming self-titled album, which comes out April 9th via Warner Bros. Records. The album was recorded by Draiman and Filter guitarist Gene Lenardo. The touring lineup will also feature Evanescence drummer Will Hunt and Dope/Rock Of Ages guitarist Virus. READ MORE
The official video for Device‘s “Vilify” is now out and you can watch it below. The heavily stylized video was directed by P.R. Brown (Otep, Stone Sour, Filter, Staind) and features footage of the band performing as well as a woman (who looks like a mixture of the Borg Queen and Neo from the Matrix when he wakes up in the real world for the first time) covered in some black substance. The song comes from the band’s upcoming self-titled debut album, which comes out Apr. 9th (pre-order here).
Device is the new project from Disturbed‘s David Draiman and features Filter‘s Gene Lenardo on guitars. Guest appearances on the album include Lizzy Hale (Halestorm), M. Shadows (Avenged Sevenfold), Tom Morello (Rage Against The Machine) and more. READ MORE
Device, the project from Disturbed vocalist David Draiman, has released a 30-second teaser for their upcoming single “Vilify”, which hits radios Feb. 19th. The self-titled album will be released Apr. 9th. The project features Draiman on vocals and Filter‘s Gene Lenardo on guitars. Various guest musicians are on the album, including Lizzy Hale (Halestorm), M. Shadows (Avenged Sevenfold), Tom Morello (Rage Against The Machine), and many more.
You can hear the sample below. READ MORE
In a post on the Device Facebook, singer David Draiman has reiterated that the current Disturbed hiatus is not a break up and that the band is, “…not just walking away from it.” You can read the full statement below.
Device will be releasing their first single “Vilify” on Feb. 19th. Their self-titled album is due Apr. 9th. READ MORE
A video teaser for Device, the new project from Disturbed singer David Draiman, has been released. The teaser looks like several behind-the-scenes images as well as finished video footage of an upcoming music video, most likely for the band’s first single “Vilify”, which will be released Feb. 19th. The band’s self-titled debut album will be released Apr. 9th.
You can watch the teaser below. READ MORE
Metal Injection has revealed that metal band Trivium has locked down Disturbed singer David Draiman as producer for their sixth studio album, which is as-of-yet untitled. The band has posted several studio images (which you can see below), including two of Draiman. This album will be the follow up to 2011′s In Waves. READ MORE
In a recent interview with Artisan News, Disturbed singer David Draiman spoke about his upcoming project Device including working with Filter‘s Geno Lenardo and how Underworld Awakening played a role in the band. You can watch the interview below.
The band will be releasing their first single “Vilify” on radios on Feb. 19th. Their debut album is expected to drop in April. READ MORE
David Draiman (singer of Disturbed) has let loose some details surrounding his industrial band Device. The first bit of information that has come forth is that the first single “Vilify” from the debut record will hit radios on Feb. 19th. A video is being filmed today. Next is that the record has a tentative release date of April 9th.
The album will have guest appearances from Terry “Geezer” Butler (Black Sabbath), Glenn Hughes (Deep Purple, Black Country Communion), M. Shadows (Avenged Sevenfold), Serj Tankian (System Of A Down), Tom Morello (Rage Against The Machine), and Lizzy Hale (Halestorm).
The live band will see Draiman supported by drummer Will Hunt (Evanescence, Dark New Day) and guitarist Virus (Dope). READ MORE
Love And Death, the band with former Korn guitarist Brian ‘Head’ Welch, will be releasing their debut album Between Here And Lost on Nov. 20th via Tooth & Nail Records. The album will feature 11 tracks that were mixed by Paul Pavao & Ben Grosse (Marilyn Manson, Disturbed), and Jim Monti (Korn) and produced by Jasen Rauch (RED, Breaking Benjamin). Though no tour dates have been announced, it is said that the band will be touring extensively throughout 2013 to support this effort.
Welch states, “This record was birthed from trials, tribulations, pain, suffering, anxiety, depression, and drama. However, we came out on top and the end result is a very real, raw & honest record. We are so stoked for people to hear it! From our opening song ‘The Abandoning’, to our cover of Devo’s ‘Whip it’, to our collaboration with Mattie Montgomery from For Today on ‘I W8 4 U’, It’s an exciting piece of art and the listener will feel the different range of emotions with the lyrics & melodies of each song.”
Yesterday brought you the first in a weeklong series of 25 Guitar Riffs That Make You NEED To Headbang. Today continues the countdown with numbers 20-16. Will your favorite make the list? Check on below for the answer and make sure to get your neck brace ready!
According to David Draiman‘s twitter, we’ll be seeing a Disturbed compilation album entitled The Lost Children before the end of the year. There haven’t been many more details apart from the title and the supposed release date, so keep your eyes locked here for more details as they emerge.
Today brings the last article covering the Detroit (well, actually Clarkston), Michigan stop on the 2011 Rockstar Energy Mayhem Festival. What we’ve got here is your one-stop article for all the coverage, including links to interviews AND some amazing live photos of each band that played on August 6th. If you were at the show, you might be able to spot yourself in the crowd in some of the shots! Warning: This page will take a little while to load.
AOL Noisecreep is reporting that Disturbed singer David Draiman is hinting that after the current Rockstar Mayhem tour the band will be taking an indefinite hiatus with no plans for touring in 2012. It is unknown if this circumstance is brought on by internal conflict or just a general weariness from constant recording/touring.
All That Remains have released a video for ‘The Last Time‘, which comes off their latest album, ‘For We Are Many‘. The video was shot and directed by Nathan Cox (Marilyn Manson, Linkin Park, Disturbed). Singer Phil Labonte had this to say: ”I’ve seen some footage and without a doubt this thing looks GREAT! It’s got…some killer acting, and our dumb asses jumping around like mad.”
We just reported about the upcoming Rockstar Energy Mayhem Festival, which looks to have an awesome line-up no matter which date you attend. Well, for those of you lucky enough to be close to Columbus, Ohio, you’ve got one hell of a two-day festival in store. This year’s Rock on the Range will have some of the biggest names in today’s rock scene headlining including A Perfect Circle (easily my most anticipated show), Alter Bridge, Stone Sour, Korn, Disturbed, Staind, and so many more.
Rockstar Energy Drink has announced the tour dates as well as this year’s line up for the Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival. All the info is past the break and you all should be pretty excited with the line up this year. Who are you excited to see?
In This Moment (interview here) have been announced as one of the acts on the upcoming ‘Music As A Weapon’ tour, which is going to be headlined by Korn and Disturbed (interview here). In the week leading up to the festival, the band will be playing a few headlining shows with support coming from local acts. Tour dates for these headlining shows are after the jump.