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David Draiman's Side Project Announces Debut Album

By January 15, 2013

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Disturbed put out their most recent studio album, Asylum, in 2010, but for the near future the Chicago quartet are taking a break. In the meantime, lead singer David Draiman has plans for 2013 that have put him on our list of the year's most-awaited rock albums. On Monday, he revealed more about this side project, which is called Device.

Device will hit stores on April 9. The album is a collaboration between Draiman and Geno Lenardo, who used to be a part of Filter. As opposed to the alt-metal of Disturbed, Device is supposed to be industrial rock in the vein of Filter or Nine Inch Nails. "It's futuristic rock" is how Draiman described it in a press release.

If Device is meant to be futuristic, it's definitely populated with some wily veterans -- like Serj Tankian, Geezer Butler and Tom Morello -- lending a hand. (Halestorm's Lzzy Hale also will appear on the record.) No one knows how long the Disturbed hiatus will last, but we do know for certain when Device is coming.

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Comments

February 4, 2013 at 2:45 pm
(1) Brandon says:

Disturbed’s most recent album is the lost children hitch was released in November of 2011

February 5, 2013 at 10:43 am
(2) rock says:

Sorry, I’m talking about their most recent studio album of new material. (Lost Children was a B-side collection.)

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