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Though he initially implies that it's all very casual at this point, the frontman does then tease, “One song, definitely, that’s killer in our back pocket; we just haven’t tracked it. And we’ve got a few more song ideas, [but] nothing that’s been hashed out enough.”
And while they've made a positive start on new music, David admits that the lockdown method doesn't quite suit Disturbed's way of doing things.
“We kind of need to get back into the rhythm of being able to do stuff like this in Zoom format or online as opposed to in person,” he says. “At least it’s some kind of real-time connection so that you can be creating together improvisationally to an extent, but there’s still issues with audio – it’s not as clear as you want it sometimes, there’s too much compression and you lose level; it’s a challenge – and the vibe isn’t there. There’s nothing that replaces you being in front of your co-songwriter and being able to feed off each other’s energy and create in person.”
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