David Draimin is the front man of Disturbed, and American rock band that hit big media in 2000. David sings a metal rock genre that takes advantage of strong heavy music. The band addresses life problems from suicide to global awareness. The band advocates for awareness and prevention. Most don’t see the appeal behind a rock band, but lyrically David Draimin is a genius.
This is an article in the Rollingstone magazine. He describes the feel in the Indestructible album. He tells of his real life experiences.
David Draimin was featured on a podcast through the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. He, being of Jewish decent, wrote a song to confront those who are in Holocaust denial and anti-Semitism.
This is the song "Never Again". This is the song David wrote about the Holocaust.
"Inside the Fire" is the song David wrote when confronted by a real life tragedy. Suicide is something he has had to deal with, and try to tell people to get help.