Disturbed vocalist David Draiman is already giving fans ideas of where the band's next record is headed, telling Loudwire that he "can pretty much guarantee it's going to be blisteringly angry".
Disturbed released a cover of Sting's 'If I Ever Lose My Faith In You' back in September, though the track was taken from the sessions of their last album Evolution, remaining a B-side until its recent release. But as Draiman puts it, he's looking to more aggressive avenues next time:
"It was fun, I love doing that kind of stuff. And we'll do it again at some point, but I'll tell you — the thing I am dying to do is not a cover. I'm dying to sink my teeth into some new, original, angry, ferocious, brutal material. I've had enough."
Draiman recently co-wrote the latest single 'King Of Misery' for the band Saul, which you can check out below:
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