Disturbed frontman David Draiman’s side project is getting some help from members of Rage Against the Machine, Halestorm and more
Disturbed lead vocalist David Draiman has been busy working on his side project, Device, which also features former Filter guitarist Geno Lenardo, and the band’s upcoming album is set to feature a long list of rock royalty.
Draiman dropped the news about the new album via the band’s official Facebook page on Friday (Jan. 11), stating that Device’s upcoming full-length will feature performances from Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello, former Deep Purple bassist Glenn Hughes, Avenged Sevenfold singer M. Shadows, System of a Down singer Serj Tankian, Halestorm frontwoman Lzzy Hale and Black Sabbath bassist Geezer Butler, to name a few.
As for checking out Device live, Draiman added that the band’s touring will feature Evanescence drummer Will Hunt and Dope guitar guy Virus.
Draiman added that the album’s debut single, “Vilify,” will reach radio on Feb. 19. Additional songs expected to make the album include “Hunted,” “You Think You Know” and “War of Lies.”
“Crazy. Finally able to talk more about this amazing band,” Draiman stated in the message. “…Shooting the video for our first single ‘Vilify’ today, as well as the photo shoot for the record. Album artwork coming soon! Can’t wait for all of your to hear this.”
- Disturbed Announce Live Album, ‘Live at Red Rocks’
- Disturbed Drummer Mike Wengren: I Don’t Think We Were Ever Nu-Metal
- Rage Against the Machine is a Punk Band, Says Tim Commerford
- Prophets of Rage Announce Details on Debut EP, ‘The Party’s Over’
- Disturbed Singer David Draiman Recalls First Audition