Disturbed Frontman David Draiman Picks His Favorite Song about the Apocalypse
Since tomorrow is Judgement Day and a massive earthquake will throw open all the graves, the dead will rise, Christ will return to earth, and within five months, all of humanity will have been wiped away--at least according to some dude Harold Camping--we thought we'd ask some of our favorite rockers to pick their favorite songs or albums about the apocalypse before it's too late. Here's what David Draiman of Disturbed responded with:
“I like that Tool song 'Ænema.' That, to me, has become the quintessential apocalypse song. It totally brings forth images of the great flood and devastation and earthquakes. I love the portrait that Maynard paints with his imagery in that song."