DISTURBED frontman David Draiman has told Launch Radio Networks that, unlike some of his bandmates, he doesn't see himself settling down for some time. "I like to play, there's no secret to that," he said. "You know, I love women and at least I'm honest about it, and I don't play games and, you know, I don't lie and tell stories. And, you know, I treat everyone decently and with respect, and it's pretty much all that, hopefully, somebody can ask for. And the minute that they start asking for more than I can give, that's when it ends up becoming a problem."DISTURBED's new album, "Ten Thousand Fists", arrives in stores on September 20. DISTURBED plays tonight (Friday, September 2) in Springfield, Illinois. The band will headline the Jagermeister Music Tour in November, followed by the Music As A Weapon III trek in 2006.
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