frontman David Draiman
has decided to give fans an update on the current situation of his musical career, primarily focusing on "a few common misconceptions"
regarding his latest project Device
, as well as his work on the new Megadeth release "Super Collider."
In his signature Caps Lock style, the singer has discussed his latest collaboration with Megadeth on their forthcoming record "Super Collider." Apart from initially giving his writing contribution on two tracks, Draiman eventually ended up singing on the new album, and according to Megadeth mastermind Dave Mustaine
, "it sounds amazing."
The frontman has also stressed out that his work with Device does not mean that Disturbed has come to its end, adding once again that there will be another Disturbed record "when the time is right."
According to Draiman, all members of the metal four-piece are in good terms and supportive of each other and the projects some of them are currently involved with.
"Disturbed is not broken up. This is a hiatus (extended break). The giant is sleeping, not dead. The existence of my new project, Device, in no way indicates the end of Disturbed. It's another project, just like Maynard James Keenan from Tool has A Perfect Circle and Corey Taylor from Slipknot has Stone Sour. It's simply another musical outlet that came together quite accidentally, and I'm rather happy it did, because it's been quite fulfilling creatively. It is not meant to replace Disturbed, as nothing possibly could,"
the singer stated via official Facebook page
"The members of Disturbed are all on great terms with one another. We message one another frequently and are supportive of each others' respective endeavors. There will eventually be another Disturbed record when the time is right, when we are ready to come back and feel full of fire and inspiration to light up the machine once again."
As far as the Device goes, the band is currently getting ready for tomorrow's release of their self-titled debut studio effort via Warner Records. The entire album was recently streamed online
in full, with Draiman saying he is "very excited about this record."