Device has released a new music video for the song "You Think You Know" from the band's self-titled debut album. The clip was filmed by director P.R. Brown, was also behind the camera for the first video issued from the disc for the song "Vilify." Singer David Draiman told us about the inspiration behind "You Think You Know": "You know, that's a relationship-based song. I'm sure that there are many, many people out there who can relate to being in relationships where your partner tends to think that their version of the story is the only accurate one and the only true one, and their sense of reality becomes very skewed, and people end up relying on their own truths, which may not in fact be true. That's really kind of a reality check."
- Device's debut CD debuted at Number 11 on the Billboard album chart last April, selling 35,000 copies in its first week of release.
- The CD features guest appearances from Avenged Sevenfold singer M. Shadows, System Of A Down vocalist Serj Tankian, Rage Against The Machine guitarist Tom Morello, Halestorm singerLzzy Hale, Black Sabbath bassist Geezer Butler and ex-Deep Purple bassist Glenn Hughes.
- Draiman launched Device last year after his main band, Disturbed, went on hiatus in late 2011.
- Disturbed guitarist Dan Donegan and drummer Mike Wengren released the first disc from their own side project, Fight Or Flight, earlier this summer.
CHECK IT OUT: Watch the new video for "You Think You Know":
INTERNET COMMENTS at Blabbermouth -- agree or not?
Ian Fraser wrote: "I demand an apology. Glenn Hughes is a guest on this cd, so now I have to listen to that track at least. This is asking a lot of me, so Draiman better apologize."
Darrell Roberts wrote: "Very 'Disturbed', but cool none the less!"
Jorgen Fruz wrote: "Boring, cliched, garbage."
Dennis Krohne wrote: "Still sounds like I am listening to Disturbed but still I kinda like the album."
Frederic Barras wrote: "Good song, the vid not so much."
Device's David Draiman On 'You Think You Know'
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