Exclusive: Device, Led by Disturbed’s David Draiman, Premiere New Music Video, “You Think You Know”

Device, the new industrial-rock project led by Disturbed’s David Draiman, have teamed up with Revolver to premiere their new music video, for the track “You Think You Know”off their self-titled debut album. Released earlier this year, the record includes guest appearances by Geezer Butler of Black Sabbath, M. Shadows of Avenged Sevenfold, Serj Tankian of System of a Down, Tom Morello of Rage Against the Machine, Lzzy Hale of Halestorm, and Glenn Hughes of Deep Purple and Black Country Communion.

Check the clip out below and let us know what you think in the comments.

For more information, visit deviceband.com and check out the band on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Soundcloud, and iTunes.


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  • Chris Lambert

    Awesome. One of the best tracks from the Album.

  • Devonellah

    Impressive, awesome song, and I love the mirroring effects that were done in this video… Excellent in many ways!!

  • Connie Guevara

    Wickedly awesome video !!!! m/m/

  • Anna

    Warning: Do not watch while high XD

  • devicefreak

    Fuck i wanna see it too and i am not allowed to cause of copyright in germany.fuck that

  • sr

    Is this any different than Disturbed?

    • Casey Sattler

      My thoughts exactly.

  • Jay

    More shitty radio rock

  • Device FTW

    Loved the music video, very fitting music video to a catchy song

  • Lelouch Vi Britannia

    Great song and video is awesome, better than video for Vilify

  • Matthew P Hahn Wood

    Even better live!

  • Del Parrish

    I would consider NIN, Ministry, Tool, Meshuggah, and even Marilyn Manson to have an industrial type of sound, but this band sounds like Disturbed.