David Draiman Thinks Disturbed Spoof Video Is Hysterical

(TeamRock Radio) Disturbed frontman David Draiman loved the video that spoofed his band's music and thought it was "hysterical. The 'yuh-muh-nuh-muh-yuh' thing. Yeah, it's pretty damn funny."

Brandon Muller and Archie Wilson's comedy clip, launched last May, was entitled The Greatest Hit Of Disturbed and parodied the frontman's trademark vocal style, while suggesting that tracks including Down With The Sickness and Liberate were all effectively the same song.

Draiman tells Argentinean rock journalist Lucas H. Gordon via Blabbermouth "I remember the first time I saw it, I was literally laughing so hard, I was in tears. My favorite line from it… How does it go?... was… 'Never before has a band done so much with so little.' [Laughs] That was hysterical. [Laughs] So I enjoyed it. It was really funny."

He adds: "You know what, dude?! If you can't find humor and laugh at yourself, then there's something wrong with you. And for them to actually put all that effort into it and all that time that it took to actually make it, it's flattering. [Laughs]"

Watch the spoof video and the interview here.

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