David Draiman Releases First Photo Of His Unborn Son - Noise11.com
David Draiman's unborn baby Samuel, Noise11, Photo

David Draiman's unborn baby Samuel

David Draiman Releases First Photo Of His Unborn Son

by Paul Cashmere on May 8, 2013

in News

Disturbed/Device lead singer David Drainman has shared the view from the womb of his yet-to-be first-born child.

David Draiman's unborn baby Samuel, Noise11, Photo

David Draiman's unborn baby Samuel

Samuel Bear Draiman is the unborn son of David and wife Lena Yada.

Lena is a Japanese-American model, actress and professional wrestler for WWE. She is also a backstage interviewer and WWE Diva for the ECW Brand.

Disturbed is currently in hiatus. David formed Device with Geno Lenardo of Filter in 2012. They released the ‘Device’ album through Warner Music in April, 2013.

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