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The much anticipated album by Disturbed frontman David Draiman is here. Teaming up with former Filter guitarist Geno Lenardo, they formed a new side-project band and incorporated electronic and industrial metal sounds into one. The band consist of Draiman, Lenardo, drummer Will Hunt, and guitarist Virus (Andre Karkos). Although it isn’t Disturbed on the cover, it feels almost as a new Disturbed album since Draiman’s lyrics and vocals are so recognizable and memorable. From his iconic “yows” and “hoo-ha’s” it is clear he hasn’t missed a beat with his songwriting and singing ability after taking a break from Disturbed.
From the get-go the album starts with an industrial metal feel having chugging riffs and pounding double bass. The song “War of Lies” is a great comparison to past Disturbed tunes since it is very evident that the first verse is almost identical to the same notes and layout as Disturbed’s hit song, “Droppin Plates.” Guest appearances are aplenty on the album from Halestorm’s Lzzy Haze on the slower ballad “Close My Eyes Forever” to Avenged Sevenfold’s M. Shadows on the song “Haze.” “Haze” begins with a monotone M. Shadows that leads to Draiman’s identifiable “yow” scream into the chorus and the breakdown utilizing Draiman’s whispers as heard from the Disturbed cover, “Shout 2000.”
If the fact that Disturbed was taking a hiatus for awhile felt unpleasant, then Device’s self-titled album will be sure to help fill that void of “what has David Draiman been up to?” Unfortunately Device has already completed their Florida portion of their tour with Gemini Syndrome and Nonpoint, but the band is coming back up to Jacksonville on April 28th for the Welcome to Rockville Festival.