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David Michael Draiman (created March 13, 1973) is an American songwriter and also the lead singer for the heavy metal band Disturbed as well when it comes to group Device. Draiman is famous for his twisted voice and percussive singing fashion. Draiman has composed some of Disturbed’s most successful singles, like “Stupify”, “Down with the Sickness, “Indestructible”, and “Inside the Fire”.

Draiman declared in the next year he was working on an industrial rock/metal job with Geno Lenardo, once of Filter, which was afterwards named Device. In January 2013, it had been declared that Draiman would make Floridian metal band Trivium’s sixth record, “Vengeance Falls”, in Austin, Texas.

On 25 September 2011, Draiman wed ex-WWE Diva Lena Yada and as of 2013 Lena was pregnant with their very first child, a son. Additionally on Device’s Facebook page, David wrote, “Both mother and child are healthy and good. I thank the powers that be for this best of gifts.” In a interview with Playboy UK, Draiman disclosed that he lost his virginity when he was 12 years old. Draiman afterwards composed a tune concerning the expertise, titled “Inside the Fire”, which appeared on the 2008 record Indestructible.

David Draiman Net Worth $30 Million Dollars

Quick Facts

Birth date: March 13, 1973
Birth place: Brooklyn, New York City, New York, United States
Height:5 ft 6 in (1.69 m)
Profession:Singer, Songwriter, Music Producer
Education:Loyola University Chicago, Fasman Yeshiva High School, The Sound Of Silence, Down with the Sickness, The Light
Nationality:United States of America
Spouse:Lena Yada (m. 2011)
Children:Samuel Bear Isamu Draiman
Parents:YJ Draiman
Siblings:Ben Draiman
Music groups:Disturbed (Since 1996), Device (Since 2012)
Movies:Disturbed: M.O.L.
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#Fact
1On September 12, 2013, at 12:58 AM, David and Lena's son, Samuel Bear Isamu Draiman, was born after 29 hours of labor.
2David's religion is Judaism.
3Apart from Disturbed, Draiman is also the vocalist for the band Device.
4They are creating a new, 20 song CD, and have already made 7 songs. [April 2010]
5On Rockstar Mayhem Festival Tour with Slipknot [July 2008]
6Released third studio album with Disturbed "Ten Thousand Fists". It debuted @ #1 on the Billboard Top 200 for that week. [September 2005]
7Release of "Indestructable" [June 2008]
8His girlfriend committed suicide when he was age 16. Draiman wrote a song called "Inside the Fire" in the 2008 Indestructible album that focuses on her suicide.
9Disturbed's song "God of the Mind" has appeared on both "MTV's The Return of the Rock: Volume 2" CD and the "Valentine" Soundtrack.
10He attended Loyola University where he triple majored in Business Administration, Political Science, and Philosophy. He was seriously considering law school before he joined the band.
11Performed "Forsaken" for the Queen of the Damned soundtrack.
12Has started his own record laybel, Intoxication Records, along with fellow band member and guitarist, Dan Donegan, and drummer, Mike Wengren. [2003]
13Just released the live album, Music as a Weapon II, featuring performances by Chevelle, Unloco, and Taproot, including a previously unrealased song, and a new live version of Bound.
14His grandfather is a Holocaust survivor.
15One of five artists who sung for the Queen of the Damned soundtrack, along with Wayne Static of Static-X, Jay Gordon of Orgy, Chester Bennington of Linkin Park, and Marilyn Manson.
16Lead singer for the band Disturbed, which hails from Chicago, Illinois.


Soundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Disturbed: The Vengeful One2015Video short writer: "The Vengeful One"
Ouija2014/IVShort writer: "Down With The Sickness" - as Dave Draiman
Paranormal Challenge2011TV Series documentary writer - 12 episodes
WWE SmackDown vs. RAW 20092008Video Game writer: "Perfect Insanity" - as Draiman
Madden NFL 20092008Video Game writer: "Inside the Fire"
Transformers2007writer: "This Moment"
Vasko namai2005writer: "Prayer"
Dawn of the Dead2004writer: "Down With The Sickness" - as Dave Draiman
Super Secret Movie Rules2004TV Series documentary writer - 1 episode
Queen of the Damned2002performer: "Forsaken"
Evil on Queen Street2002Video writer: "A Welcome Burden"
The One2001writer: "Down With The Sickness"
Valentine2001writer: "God Of The Mind" - as Dave Draiman
Little Nicky2000writer: "Stupify" - as Dave Draiman
Attraction2000writer: "Numb" - as Dave Draiman

Director

Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Disturbed: M.O.L.2002Video

Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Disturbed: The Vengeful One2015Video short voice

Music Department

Music Department

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Disturbed: The Vengeful One2015Video short musician: vocals

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Lennon or McCartney2014Documentary shortHimself
That Metal Show2012TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Metal Evolution2012TV Series documentaryHimself
Asylum Music Video by Disturbed2010Video shortHimself
Decade of Disturbed2010DocumentaryVocal
Headbangers Ball2003-2004TV SeriesHimself
Hip Hop & Rock2003VideoHimself
WWE: Trish Stratus - 100% Stratusfaction2003Video documentaryHimself
Disturbed: M.O.L.2002VideoHimself
Linkin Park: Frat Party at the Pankake Festival2001VideoHimself

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Mulatschag2012TV SeriesHimself - Disturbed

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#Quote
1I had been taking Prevacid for about four years and my body built up a resistance to it, to the point where it wasn't doing anything anymore... I had a night of drinking in London followed by a full day and night of drinking on a day off in Dublin, because what else is there to do in Ireland but drink? That, coupled with a show where I had monitor problems, and I pretty much trashed my voice.
2[about the name Disturbed] It had been a name I have been contemplating for a band for years. It just seems to symbolize everything we were feeling at the time. The level of conformity that people are forced into was disturbing to us and we were just trying to push the envelope and the name just sorta made sense.
3[on Phil Anselmo] I think that he's probably one of the more enigmatic frontman of our time. He's tremendously inspirational to vocalists throughout the genre including myself. I know that there's some weirdness regarding the "incident," but I certainly know that Phil would have never in his darkest thoughts ever have wanted any harm to befall Dime. You know the world is a very, very extreme place. When a fan gets so connected to a band that the demise of the band, however they want to interpret it, leads them to question their own lives and their existence... I mean it's weird. There are too many types of music that inspire that passion in people and thankfully metal is one of them. It's just unfortunate that this animal happened to take the demise of Pantera so seriously that he felt that it was justification for him to do what he did. He took the life of probably one of the greatest guitar players to walk the face of the Earth.
4I think that labels are foolish in not using the Internet, instead of being afraid of it. I think that if AOL Time Warner were smart enough, they'd enter into a contract agreement with their own company - AOL - and agree on one thing: They have the ability to track anywhere that a message comes from, no matter what service you're signed up with, via an IP address. You just make sure that whenever a song is downloaded by somebody utilizing your server, whether it's AOL, or Mindspring, or anybody else, you access a minimal charge for these downloads. It could be 75 cents or a dollar, a dollar-fifty... This way, at least you're making money off it. At least this way the people who are supposed to be making money off the product still can, as well. It still gives people the opportunity to go ahead and download as much as they want. It's a standard fee for doing a service, or for having a service available to them. They'll do it, and at the end of the month, they'll have their AOL statement, or their Mindspring statement, and it will have their download tax added onto the bill. And it will keep on going. The labels don't think of this. It seems like I've been talking about this to deaf ears on this topic for the last five years. Before we even got signed, I was talking about this. It's just preposterous to me that labels, for the most part, are the reasons for their own demise. They're just so stuck in this old way of thinking, and unfortunately, the good elements of their old way of thinking have all gone away. They don't spend enough time developing artists, they throw a whole bunch of shit against the wall and wait for something to stick, and when it doesn't, they let it fall off.
5[I'm] Very positive about the internet, Napster. I think it's a tremendous tool for reaching many more people than we ever could without it. When you release music you want it to be heard by people... Nothing is going to do that better than Napster. I can't tell you how many kids have come up to me and said, "I downloaded a couple of tunes off Napster and I went out and bought the album."...I don't really make money off of record sales anyway.
6I would like to thank a world that never understood or accepted me, family and friends that never believed in me, and a God with one hell of a sense of humor. You have all made me what I am today. Let that weigh heavily on your consciences.
7This is not rocket science. Instead of spending all this money litigating against kids who are the people they're trying to sell things to in the first place, they have to learn how to effectively use the Internet. For the artists, my ass... I didn't ask them to protect me, and I don't want their protection.
8Nonsense. I think that the problem isn't with them downloading the song, the problem is when they buy the record and when they burn a million discs off their computer for all their friends. That's the reason why every single band, no matter who you are, your sales are chopped by fifty to sixty percent after your first week out. It's a huge problem, but instead of giving people more reasons to buy the product, they don't worry about that. I think you have to enhance the value of the product. Like when KISS was putting out records, their 'Alive' record sold so well because it made you feel like you were part of the concert experience. There was also an actual program in the thing, all these pictures, the KISS Army stuff... There's so much stuff that added to the value of that package. There wasn't a KISS fan out there who didn't want the whole thing, because everything that came along with the music was so worthwhile to them. It's not rocket-science, this stuff.
9If we really were as shitty as everyone says, would we have sold seven million records?


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