David Draiman Says He was High As A Georgia Pine When He Recorded Vocals For Cover Of “The Sound Of Silence” [VIDEO]

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From ABC Music News.

Disturbed‘s new album Immortalized features a cover of Simon & Garfunkel‘s “The Sound of Silence.” So how did David Draiman, the frontman in a hard rock band, get into the mood to sing the folk classic? Marijuana, of course.

“When I cut the vocal [on ‘The Sound of Silence], I had just finished tracking another song, and it was the end of my work day,” the Disturbed singer tells Revolver. “I was exhausted, and I wasn’t expecting to have to sing anymore…so I took a nice hit off a big fat bowl.”

“Then [producer] Kevin [Churko] played me the arrangement and he said, ‘You wanna try singing to it?’ And I was like, ‘I just got high! I’m stoned off my a**!” continues Draiman. “But I wound up getting back in the vocal booth for two hours, maybe more. Just vibing and going on feel.”

Draiman doesn’t use marijuana just to sing other people’s songs. In fact, he says that “95 per cent of the songs I’ve written in my life, I’ve written them while high.”

Damn man! Come on now puff, puff, pass!!

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