“You callous little bitches! Get the fuck up!” Guitar World has just finished hearing a sneak preview of new Disturbed material at Soundtrack Studios in downtown Manhattan when singer David Draiman, he of the shaved head and stainless-steel goatee, spits out this command in a menacing voice that betrays his otherwise polite, soft-spoken demeanor.
Whether or not Disturbed decide to get together in the coming months or years to work on a new record depends on how much the band members miss being away from each other. But one thing’s for sure: If they ever do decide to get back together, their record label will be waiting for them.
Disturbed have announced the release date date for their upcoming B-sides compilation, The Lost Children, as November 8. You can check out the full track listing -- which includes covers of Judas Priest's "Living After Midnight" and Faith No More's "Midlife Crisis" -- below.
According to a post on Disturbed singer David Draiman's Twitter page, the band will release a compilation of B-sides sometime before the end of the year. The frontman also revealed the title of the compilation as The Lost Children.
We've been updating pretty frequently about the impending hiatus of Disturbed lately. Instead of recapping (you can check out all the old stories to the left under the band image), we're just going to cut straight to the latest reaction from Disturbed vocalist David Draiman who recently talked to Revolver to once-and-for-all set the record straight about the band's upcoming break (not breakup mind you.)
After making comments that seemed to indicate that Disturbed were heading for an extended hiatus, or even a break-up, vocalist David Draiman has done his best to set the record straight, assuring fans there was no internal strife in the band.
Recent comments from Disturbed lead singer David Draiman have lead to speculation that the band might in fact be heading for either a break-up or an extended hiatus. In a new interview with Cindy Scull of the Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas radio station 97.1 The Eagle Rocks, Disturbed guitarist Dan Donegan addresses the rumors of the band demise.