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Photos by Greg Maki (more…)


Photos by Greg Maki (more…)



Disturbed have announced a 2016 tour in support of its upcoming sixth studio release, Immortalized, out August 21 via Reprise Records. The tour, which kicks off March 11 in Vancouver, will offer a rare chance to see Disturbed’s arena-ready show in an up-close and personal setting, such as the Fillmore in San Francisco, Irving Plaza in New York City, Roseland Theater in Portland and more.  Fans who preorder the album on will have exclusive access to the ticket presale at 10 a.m. local time Aug. 18. Tickets will be available to the general public starting Aug. 21.


The hiatus is over! After a break that lasted nearly four years and a five year gap between albums, Disturbed is back in a big way. The band has just unleashed a new single called “The Vengeful One” and has announced the release of their sixth studio album, Immortalized, due out Aug. 21. Watch the new video and view album art and tracklisting inside: (more…)


Rock on the Range 2013. Photos by Greg Maki. (more…)



David Draiman unleashes his new band

It’s been nearly two years since Disturbed started its planned hiatus after more than a decade at the top of the hard-rock heap. Frontman David Draiman has kept busy during that time, producing the forthcoming album from Trivium, working with Dave Mustaine on a handful of songs for the next Megadeth record and launching a new band of his own, Device, which obviously features Draiman’s unmistakable voice but adds electronic, industrial-like sounds to the mix. On Tuesday, April 9, the day the self-titled Device album (which debuted at No. 11 on the Billboard 200) hit stores, Draiman discussed his new project and more with Live Metal’s Greg Maki. (more…)

REVIEW: Device – ‘Device’

Posted: April 9, 2013 by Jeffrey Maki in Reviews
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album-deviceReview by Greg Maki
With his rhythmic cadence punctuated by guttural barks, David Draiman is one of the most distinctive voices in hard rock/metal. Love him or hate him, you know it’s him whenever he opens his mouth. He is arguably the single biggest component of Disturbed that sets that band apart from its peers. He’s also what keeps his new project, Device, from straying too far from the familiar. (more…)


Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival. Photos by Greg Maki. (more…)


Rock on the Range 2011. Photos by Greg Maki. (more…)

Art_Of_Dying_Vices_and_Virtues_Album_CoverReview by Greg Maki
Listening to Vices and Virtues, the major-label debut by Canadian rockers Art of Dying, unsettling words come to mind—predictable, calculated. The disc gets off to an innocuous enough start with “Die Trying” and “Get Through This.” The lyrics are trite and the sound is basically a lighter Chevelle with guitar solos, but it’s acceptable as background noise if nothing else. (more…)


Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Festival. Photos by Greg Maki. (more…)