Corey's into MUSIC, playing Bass and Guitar (poorly), crappy Glam/Sleaze Metal, crappy old TV, collecting and restoring vintage arcade games, trips to Hollywood, dark import beers, Cleveland Browns and hanging out with his wife and young son.
David Draiman, who is set to release the debut album from his new project called DEVICE in early April, tells Billboard.com in a new interview that we haven't heard the last of DISTURBED who went on an open-ended hiatus in 2011.
Draiman said "DISTURBED will reunite when the time comes, when we feel right. When DEVICE has run its course — when everybody's in the right headspace and we're feeling re-inspired and we're ready to go back to it and the itch is itching hard enough — it'll happen. This was not something that was done for any negative reason. When you feel right and the fire is burning hot, you go back to it with new drive and desire and hunger for it, and you make a timeless record and you continue on. That's our plan. When that's gonna happen, none of us have a clue. We haven't even had any preliminary conversations to that effect."
METALLICA confirmed that their memorabilia museum will make it’s return to this year’s Orion Music + More festival, which will take place in Detroit on June 8-9, and the band promises it will be a sight to behold. The band’s statement says, "We're bringing back the Metallica Museum in 2013, so stay tuned for more details and information about all of the awesome memorabilia we'll have on hand in Detroit! Classic METALLICA guitars (including the last bass that Cliff Burton ever played), amps, lyrics, merchandise, stage props and more...except this time it will be BIGGER and BADDER!”
Other attractions from last years’ festival that will be returning are James Hetfield's Custom Car & Motorcycle Show, Kirk Hammett's Crypt, Lars Ulrich's Hit the Lights Film Tent and Robert Trujillo's Vans Vert Ramp.