.

Disturbed Frontman Jams Pantera Classic With Breaking Benjamin


.
Pantera

(Metal Hammer) Disturbed frontman David Draiman joined Breaking Benjamin onstage at their Dallas show to cover Pantera song Walk. It was filmed at Texas' Gexa Energy Pavilion on their co-headlining North American tour, which features support from Alter Bridge and Saint Asonia.

Draiman also sang Simon & Garfunkel's The Sound Of Silence with Alter Bridge vocalist and guitarist Myles Kennedy at their Houston show last night - a cover which earned Disturbed chart success on both sides of the Atlantic after it was released earlier this year. Both videos can be viewed below.

When asked how he felt about seeing their version of The Sound Of Silence do well, Draiman said: "It feels great. Everyone and anyone is welcome to come on board. Music is meant to cross boundaries.

"I think that people have become genre snobs. Many people have eclectic tastes. Many people like to listen to all kinds of different music. I mean, I do - I'll listen to many different styles inside a day, a week, a month, a year. It doesn't matter. So why not?" Watch the video here.

Metal Hammer is an official news provider for antiMusic.com.
Copyright Metal Hammer - Excerpted here with permission.

advertisement

Pantera Music, DVDs, Books and more

Pantera T-shirts and Posters

More Pantera News

Share this article

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Pin it Share on Reddit email this article


Related Stories


Pantera's Rex Brown Rules Out Zakk Wylde For Possible Reunion

Pantera Classic Given A Metallica Makeover

Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl Recounts Pantera Fandom 2020 In Review

Dimebag Planned To Reunite Pantera Prior To His Death 2020 In Review

Pantera's 'Reinventing The Steel' Expanded For 20th Anniversary

Pantera, Slayer, Mastodon Stars Among 99 Metal Stars In Benefit Song

Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl Recounts Pantera Fandom

Dimebag Planned To Reunite Pantera Prior To His Death

Musicians Outraged Over Vinnie Paul Grammy Snub 2019 In Review

Pantera's Phil Anselmo Remembers Dimebag Darrell