In this day and age in the music industry, it's hard for bands to keep songs under wraps before their official release. Disturbed singer David Draiman's new band Device are no exception, with the first single "Vilify" off their self-titled debut hitting YouTube today (Feb. 17).
Draiman himself acknowledged the leak via a Twitter post, even including the YouTube link for his fans to hear the song. "It's out there, so I might as well share it," tweeted the singer in his usual all caps.
As for the song itself, "Vilify" features the rapid-fire vocals Draiman has delivered with Disturbed for more than a decade. Musically, the aggressive tune boasts industrial rock and electronic elements, as Draiman first indicated when he began talking about the direction of Device?s music.
Lyrically, Draiman sings of a relationship gone bad, with a chorus that declares, ""When you vilify / You begin to nullify / Everything that we?ve ever done / You're f-ing with my head."
All told, Disturbed fans will likely embrace "Vilify," as it incorporates Draiman's trademark vocals while adding a fresh sound to his repertoire. The leak of the song should only increase anticipation for Device's self-titled debut album. The disc drops April 9 and features such guest musicians as Black Sabbath?s Geezer Butler, System of a Down's Serj Tankian, Avenged Sevenfold's M. Shadows and Halestorm's Lzzy Hale, among others.