Disturbed Singer Working With Former Filter Guitarist

artist: David Draiman date: 03/22/2012 category: upcoming releases
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Disturbed Singer Working With Former Filter Guitarist
According to Blabbermouth.net, Disturbed vocalist David Draiman has revealed more information about his new musical project which he said will be in the vein of industrial acts like Nine Inch Nails and Ministry. Draiman announced the existence of the project when asked on Twitter what his current plans were. When a follow-up question asked him to if the new project would be anything "like dubstep", he wrote, "No, it's about as close to it as [Nine Inch Nails] or Ministry or Rammstein are. Industrial predates dubstep... In other words, it is at all times a guitar-driven sound." He then added, "I'll give you a little more info, then I have to leave it alone for now. I'm working with Geno Lenardo from Filter." Lenardo was initially hired as a touring guitarist for Filter's "Short Bus" tour in 1995, then later signed on as a full-fledged member, co-writing tracks on Filter's second album, "Title Of Record" (released in 1999), and the group's follow-up disc, 2002's "The Amalgamut". Lenardo most recently contributed three songs to the soundtrack to the film "Underworld: Awakening", including "Heavy Prey", which was a collaboration with Flyleaf singer Lacey Sturm. The CD, which came out in January through Lakeshore Records, sold 3,000 copies in its first week of release to debut at position No. 175 on The Billboard 200 chart. Disturbed went on an open-ended hiatus last fall, and although the members of the band expressed interest in working on other endeavors, Draiman told The Pulse Of Radio at the time that he wasn't sure if he would do a solo project. "I don't know," he said. "I'm concerned about that, to be honest. I think too many people have tried and failed. You know, I think that the number of artists that have done it and been successful at it, you can count on one hand, and I would never want to stymie my persona or my growth individually by doing something just for the sake of doing it. If I were going to do something, it would have really have to be something special." Draiman said he will officially unveil the new project on the May 26 edition of VH1 Classic's "That Metal Show". Disturbed has not indicated when it plans to return, although all four members say they're likely to come back. Aside from Draiman, Disturbed bassist John Moyer has branched out recently by joining Adrenaline Mob, a new group also featuring ex-Dream Theater drummer Mike Portnoy and Symphony X vocalist Russell Allen. Disturbed will issue a limited edition box set of all five of its studio albums on vinyl on April 21, Record Store Day, called "The Collection". The six-disc package includes all the records remastered and pressed on 140-gram heavy duty vinyl, with each housed in new artwork that is unique and exclusive to the box. Only 2,500 copies will be available worldwide.
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