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This was, of course, inevitable. After officially leaking four songs from its debut album, Device -- the new band fronted by Disturbed's David Draiman -- is now streaming the full 10-song set via Noisecreep.com in advance of its release on Tuesday (April 9).
Though "Device" is unquestionably in the metal/industrial realm similar to Disturbed, Draiman tells us that fans will be able to hear differences between the two bands throughout the Device album:
"This was just another kind of experimentation of other things that I've always been able to do but never really tried in any effective way. But I loved it. I loved going in these different directions and trying these different textures and taking songs to have a little more of an ambient feel to them, things that don't go hand-in-hand with Disturbed. I like the...different sort of feel, almost having a more of a rap or hip-hop rhythmic element to the delivery even though it's not a monotone and it's not one in any rap sort of fashion."
Draiman formed Device with former Filter member Geno Lenardo after the two worked on a song for the "Underworld: Awakening" soundtrack that wound up not being used due to record company politics.
The "Device" album features guest appearances by Lzzy Hale (on a remake of the Lita Ford/Ozzy Osbourne duet "Close My Eyes Forever"), System of a Down's Serj Tankian, Black Sabbath's Geezer Butler, Avenged Sevenfold's M. Shadows, Rage Against the Machine's Tom Morello and Glenn Hughes.
The touring version of the group, which does not include Lenardo, hits the road starting Wednesday (April 10) in Mobile, Ala.
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