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I’m sure Draiman’s record label can send her something from one of the band’s more talented label mates.
Aside from the big smile on his face showing his appreciation, he states, “It did feel like a long time depending on the perspective; When it comes to not playing, it feels longer. Even with the side projects, nothing compares to the 'Leviathan' [While with Device].
“I hadn’t planned on tracking that day, it was all drums and guitars but then Kevin (Churko) had shown me his piano arrangement and I thought it was beautiful.” He then added, “Like I said, I hadn’t planned on tracking vocals that day, so I had already smoked up for the day and I was blazed! Normally, I like to work alone with the engineer or the respective Producer and when I’ve gotten to the point where I can’t get it any further and they want to comment, then I invite everyone in." Draiman made sure to point out that this is the first time in Disturbed that he sang in a ballad-like fashion.
It was also the first time he recorded while he was high, and the first time that Wengren and Donegan were in the room with him.
As the crowd began chanting ‘one more song,’ Pardue began texting with her daughter, who had just returned home from youth night at their church with thunderstorms ravaging the area.” Pardue compares the experience of being singled out by Draiman to being the “dorky kid” in a movie “standing there [with] 20 bullies are making fun of him, making him feel alienated.” She goes on to point out that “Rock stars wouldn’t be where they are without people who come to pay for the show” before vowing, “I’ll never pay to see him again nor will my friends.” So at least something good came out of this miserable experience.
Of course, Disturbed’s career will go on even without the money of Pardue and her friends.