Disturbed’s David Draiman says Disturbed will reunite someday
Disturbed’s last studio album arrived back in 2010, and the guys have been on hiatus for a few years, so fans are understandably wondering if the band will ever regroup. David Draiman, frontman for Disturbed, decided to address the concerns via Twitter, and the message is a good one for those worried about Disturbed’s future.
“Disturbed will reunite…someday,” Draiman tweeted, adding “I have no idea when.” As for his other band, Device, Draiman states, “No clue on Device, either.”
Then, Draiman jumped on his official Facebook page to clarify that Disturbed is not, and has never been, broken up. Therefore, he says, it’s really not unexpected news. “Just an fyi to all the people who thought we, Disturbed, had broken up (and) that what I posted yesterday seemed to be ‘news’ to some people,” he wrote. “We always said we were going on hiatus, not breaking up.”
He added that a hiatus, of course, means “A gap or interruption in space, time, or continuity; a break,” according to the dictionary definition.
Disturbed’s last full-length album, “Asylum,” reached No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart.
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