David Draiman has been revealing a lot about his new project as of late via Twitter. And yesterday, the Disturbed frontman named a collaborator in his new industrial endeavor.

In addition to clarifying his project’s sound in response to a fan’s questioning, Draiman also revealed that he’s working with former Filter guitarist Geno Lenardo, saying:

 “I’ll give you a little more info, then i have to leave it alone for now. I’m working with Geno Lenardo from Filter.”

Lenardo is probably best known for his work in Filter, starting out as a touring member in 1995 before becoming their permanent guitarist until 2002 (having appeared on 1999’s Title Of Record and 2002’s The Amalgamut). Most recently, the guitarist contributed a few songs to the soundtrack of Underworld: Awakening. One of the songs was a collaboration with Flyleaf singer Lacey Sturm. A music video for the song, called “Heavy Prey,” was also made in support for the soundtrack and movie.

Draiman is expected to reveal more about his new industrial project with Lenardo during his appearance on That Metal Show, which airs on May 26 on VH1 Classic. Now we know one of the announcements he made during the taping, but what’s the second one?