Disturbed Frontman Slams Critics Of X Factor Appearance


Disturbed frontman David Draiman fired back at fans that called his band sell outs for appearing on X Factor Australia, where they performed their version of the Simon and Garfunkel classic "The Sound Of Silence".

Draiman responded to the criticism from fans on their Facebook page by writing, "Lol, to those of you saying 'sell outs', or 'what is Disturbed doing on X Factor anyway?'... We're fighting the good fight for our genre to be respectably represented. All rock bands should.

"All artists/musicians want to spread their work to as many people as possible. That's what it's all about. Sharing the beauty of what you created. If that is considered 'selling out' to some people, then so be it." Watch the television performance here.


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