Tag Archives: David Draiman

Iron Maiden’s ‘Legacy Of The Beast’ Video Game Welcomes Disturbed’s Mascot ‘The Guy’ For Limited-Time Event

Posted by on February 17, 2022

  Iron Maiden’s ‘Legacy Of The Beast’ video game has added Disturbed mascot, ‘The Guy’, into the game’s digital world. ‘The Guy’ will be joining Iron Maiden‘s ‘Eddie’ as part of the in-game event ‘Disturbing Sciences’. That event drew inspiration from the cover art from Iron Maiden’s Somewhere In Time album and Disturbed’s Dark Messiah comic […]

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Nita Strauss releases “Dead Inside” video featuring Disturbed’s David Draiman

Posted by on October 15, 2021

  Nita Strauss has released a music video for her new track featuring David Draiman called “Dead Inside.” Strauss has been working on her next full-length solo effort. In the meantime, check out the video down below. Strauss comments: “This is my first time releasing my own music with a vocalist, and I am so […]

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Saul release new song “King Of Misery” featuring Disturbed’s David Draiman

Posted by on August 31, 2020

  Iowa rock band Saul released a new single on Friday (28), and it has a familiar name attached to it.  “King Of Misery” was written in collaboration with Disturbed frontman David Draiman.  Said Saul frontman Blake Bedsaul of the track in a statement: “‘King Of Misery’ is a track that we hope all people […]

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Disturbed’s David Draiman wants to sing the the National Anthem at the Super Bowl; Corey Taylor supports

Posted by on October 8, 2019

One of the most common complaints about the Superbowl halftime show is the lack of representation for rock and metal and Disturbed’s David Draiman wants to change that. The frontman posted on the band’s Facebook asking fans to vote for him on Billboard’s poll for “Who Should Sing the National Anthem Before Super Bowl 2020?” Supporting […]

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Disturbed joined onstage by David Draiman’s doppelganger?

Posted by on May 16, 2019

Doppelgangers may appear out of nowhere as we once discovered a newborn calf looked like Gene Simmons. Now, it appears Disturbed frontman David Draiman has a doppelganger out in the UK. During the group’s show last night (15th) at the O2 Apollo in Manchester, UK, a fan named Carlos Pau-Realduring who looks exactly like Draiman, […]

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The music community continues to respond to Chester Bennington’s death

Posted by on July 21, 2017

The music world has been hit hard this summer when it was just a week ago when we lost Adrenaline Mob bassist Dave Z in a horrific accident and the suicide of the late Chris Cornell this past May. Tragedy struck once again yesterday when Linkin Park’s Chester Bennington committed suicide. Now, TMZ reports the […]

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You won’t be seeing a Disturbed hologram any time soon

Posted by on October 5, 2016

If you were at the Wacken Open Air Festival this year and saw Dio’s Disciples, you were probably blown away and maybe even a little scared to see a hologram of Ronnie James Dio pop up during the encore to perform “We Rock.” After that, the company that produced the hologram, Eyellusion, said that they planned […]

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Band finds effective alternative to banning cellphones at shows

Posted by on July 6, 2016

One of the most recent topics of discussion lately is Apple’s new patent that could see them locking cellphones for pictures or recordings at a specific area, tackling the persistent issue of cellphone cameras floating during a concert or event. The idea has been embraced by some people annoyed by those who spend an entire show holding up their cellphone just […]

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Disturbed’s David Draiman apologizes for reproaching fan texting during their show

Posted by on April 1, 2016

The latest Disturbed story going around the internet was about frontman David Draiman calling out a fan for texting during their set, shaming in front of a few hundred people attending the show. The fan later responded to Draiman’s berating claiming she was actually texting her 14 year-old daughter who was caught in the middle […]

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After Disturbed singer shames texting fan, she responds

Posted by on March 29, 2016

We live in an age of instant gratification. Everyone texts, tweets, takes selfies and Snapchats with impunity, and it’s just the age we live in. Apparently, however, a Disturbed concert is sacrosanct, a little bubble of humanity that should be undisturbed by something so rude as a cell phone. Speaking of undisturbed, that’s probably the best […]

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