Disturbed vocalist, David Draiman, is set to hit the studio for a new industrial rock project, much to the delight of his fans. The 39-year-old’s last solo album, Forsaken, was released way back in 2002, and the fans have been waiting since then to hear
more from their rock vocalist.
The Disturbed front-man, who was only communicating with his fans through his song-writings and rhythmic vocals, has turned to social media to get his voice to his admirers and is using Twitter. In addition, the American singer is also good in responding
to Tweets from his admirers.
During a series of tweets from Draiman, it has been revealed that a lot of work has been going into his upcoming project, which is described as being in the vain of Nine Inch Nails and Ministry.
Furthermore, the singer has also revealed that he and former Filter axeman, Geno Lenardo, are almost ready to record a full studio album. The 39-year-old also mentioned about a book in which he has worked, and has hoped that both of the projects will hit
the stores around the same time, though, he did not mention when they will surface.