Disturbed frontman David Draiman participated in an interview with Metalist.co.il late last month during the singer’s visit to Jerusalem, Israel. You can now watch the entire 32-minute chat below.
Draiman recently gave a lengthy interview to the Jerusalem Post in which he spoke in detail about his Jewish upbringing, spending part of his childhood and teen years in Israel, and how he confronts anti-Semitism among rock fans. Draiman recalled, “I came (to Israel) many times as a kid with my family. I think the first time I was six. I used to come here for summer camp a couple times in my childhood, and I spent the year after high school here studying at Neve Zion yeshiva.”
To check out this informative interview in it’s entirety, go to Blabbermouth.net