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DISTURBED Singer DAVID DRAIMAN Names Two Acts That Give Him Hope for Rock’s Future

Disturbed frontman David Draiman gives some love to a couple of up-and-comer rock acts.

DISTURBED singer David Draiman has offered his opinion on two particular up-and-coming acts that he feels provide hope for the future of rock.

On Friday (January 7), Draiman tweeted: “New bands like @TheWarningBand2 and @PLUSHROCKS give me hope. Young powerful women playing real instruments and writing and playing songs the entire rock genre can be proud of,” writes Draiman in a tweet.

THE WARNING is a band consisting of sisters Daniela, Paulina and Alejandra Villarreal who have been around since 2015. The trio garnered significant attention in 2021 for their “Mayday” EP featuring the singles “Choke,” “Evolve” and “Animosity.” THE WARNING also appeared on last year’s METALLICA Blacklist compilation, working with Alessia Cara on a cover of “Enter Sandman.”

PLUSH are an all-female four-piece led by singer-guitarist Moriah Formica along with drummer Brooke Colucci, guitarist Bella Perron and bassist Ashley Suppa. PLUSH saw some notoriety in 2021 thanks to such songs as “Hate” and “Athena” off their self-titled album. The band will be hitting the road in February as the support act for SLASH FEATURING MYLES KENNEDY AND THE CONSPIRATORS.

DISTURBED are currently working on a new album that Draiman has described as “old school Disturbed,” pinpointing the music sounding “somewhere between The Sickness and Ten Thousand Fists.”