It's music to help you feel strong." Spotlighting the band's darker side, there's "Deceiver," inspired by one of those "really bad relationships," and the Edgar Allan Poe-esque tale "Inside the Fire." "That's a real racy song," Draiman admits, "It's about me standing over the body of my girlfriend, who just killed herself, and the Devil is standing over me, whispering in my ear to kill myself." Another possible candidate for the final tracklist is a cover of Faith No More's "Midlife Crisis," a leftover from a tribute album that never materialized.
She was a heroin addict, and she was becoming very exsessive compulsive about the relationship.They then broke up after he told his family and they did not approve.He has learned from experienced that sometimes it’s best to keep his mouth shut.During the four years Disturbed were away, Draiman maintained a strong profile in the metal community by regularly sharing his thoughts about the world via Twitter and Facebook.At Wacken Open Air festival in Germany in August, Dio Disciples stunned the 75,000 strong crowd when a Ronnie James Dio hologram joined them to belt out set closer ‘We Rock’. Whether you're doing it with somebody like Ronnie James Dio or Michael Jackson or whomever, it just seems like, you know what? We're talking about that right now." Disturbed are coming to the UK in January to support Avenged Sevenfold on their arena tour.
Immediately after the performance, hologram entertainment company Eyellusion issued a press release revealing the hologram was one year in the making and there are plans afoot for it to be toured globally in 2017.
Draiman says that the covers will keep coming, but that “The Sound of Silence” in particular has signified that it’s okay for Disturbed to change up their sound every now and then.“Something that we consciously recognized when we were writing the album was that there’s no longer any reason for us to have any creative or stylistic limitations of any kind,” Draiman says.
“This track and the success that it has seen is only further proof and validation of that.
Speaking to Argentina's Vorterix radio (via Blabbermouth), Draiman said the idea of his hero Ronnie James Dio going on tour in a hologram form didn’t sit too well with him. I'm always happy to hear any music from anybody that's left us, that we've lost. The hologram thing, to me, it almost isn't letting the dead be dead,” he said.
Maybe it's because I love Ronnie so much and revere him as a god of vocal ability. “We might want to do a debut in America of the same show we did in Wacken, because it's not fair for the Americans and the Canadians that didn't get to see it, whereas the Europeans did.
'If you don't want to watch, don't watch but don't stand there in front of the f***ing stage, in the front row of the balcony, where everyone can see you, texting the whole f***ing time on your phone.''The whole idea is to pull them in and to make them feel empowered and sometimes you've got to be a little forceful when you do that and if she got rubbed the wrong way, that is something that I regret.' 'Whether I had my eyes on him or not, I am still there and I can hear them.