If Disturbed singer David Draiman had his way, his ambition would drive the band to the very peak of rock stardom. To “the status of a Metallica or a U2,” he tells Revolver magazine. But the respect that is afforded those megagroups continues to elude Disturbed. As Draiman notes, the band has sold nearly 8 million CDs in six years, yet still functions as “the Rodney Dangerfield of metal.” Read more.
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