Singer David Draiman discusses Disturbed’s multiplatinum debut album The Sickness, which turns 20 years old.
The Opus has finally crossed the Bridge over Troubled Water.
The singer showed his support for Israel as Disturbed played their first-ever show in the country.
Waters and other artists have come out in support of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaign against Israel.
The frontman talks about how Vinnie Paul was an early champion of Disturbed.
The Disturbed singer also discusses the issues of mental illness and addiction.
The frontman discusses the band’s new album, Evolution, as well as their massive 2019 arena tour and more.
“It just felt weird walking around like a 45-year-old Hot Topic kid. I just felt it was time.”
The frontman says this album could help Disturbed “achieve true immortality as an artist.”