DAVID DRAIMAN SAYS DISTURBED WILL REUNITE ‘SOMEDAY’
Device and Disturbed frontman David Draiman gave fans an update on the status of both bands through his Twitter account this week, writing: “OKAY… 1. Disturbed WILL REUNITE…SOMEDAY. 2. I HAVE NO IDEA WHEN 3. NO CLUE ON Device EITHER – OOH WA AH AH AH.”
Draiman left many things up in the air, but at this point, it sounds like Disturbed will get back together at some point.
His latest tweet echoes comments made back in 2013: “Disturbed will reunite when the time comes. When we feel it’s right, when Device has run its course, when everybody’s in the right head space and we’re feeling re-inspired and we’re ready to go back at it and the itch is itching hard enough, it’ll happen.”
Disturbed’s last album, Asylum, came out in 2010. The band went on hiatus in late 2011, and after that, Draiman teamed with former Filter guitarist Geno Lenado to create Device.
In another new tweet, Draiman reveals he’s been co-writing and producing some “baby bands” — though he didn’t divulge more details because of a non-disclosure agreement.
- Draiman has also been spending time with his wife, model/wrestler Lena Yada, and their son, Samuel, who was born in September 2013.
- Draiman and his family spent the holidays in Honolulu, Hawaii.