In This Moment's Maria Brink
Disturbed will once again headline the fifth installment of their “Music As A Weapon” tour, and as expected, they’ll be joined by Korn and Sevendust when the tour launches; dates for the trek have not been revealed.

This next “Music As A Weapon” bill will also feature In This Moment, and if you want to know what to say to Maria Brink if you meet her, read this.
The tour will be making stops in Bloomington, Illinois; Des Moines, Iowa; Rockford, Illinois; Hershey, Pennsylvania; Rochester, New York; West Long Branch, New Jersey; Glens Falls, New York; Norfolk, Virginia; Morgantown, West Virginia; Uncasville, Connecticut; Portland, Maine; Atlantic City, New Jersey; Winston-Salem, North Carolina; Fayetteville, North Carolina; Nashville, Tennessee; Biloxi, Mississippi; Corpus Christi, Texas; San Antonio, Texas; McAllen, Texas; and Lubbock, Texas.

These will be the first shows for Disturbed since frontman David Draiman was diagnosed with an upspecified throat condition. It is believed that Draiman has recovered from the ailment.

  • Check out this cool Korn Interview, talking about their upcoming tour @ARTSISTdirect

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    David Draiman’s father is running for LA City Council
    YJ Draiman for L.A. City Council District 12
    (March 8, 2011 Election) web:
    Contact: 818-366-6999

    “A vote for DRAIMAN is a vote for you”

    Current Elected Member of the Northridge East Neighborhood Council with the goal of
    active public service to make the Valley a safer and better place to live, work, and raise a family.

    YJ Draiman for L.A. City Council District 12

    “Transparency and accountability is my motto”

    In order to change direction, we must change the leaders and their staff

    Decisions we make today should result in a sustainable world for many generations into the future. Ensuring that decisions being made about our energy, water, and natural resources are sustainable is central to this belief. This also applies to political, financial and economic decisions that affect/obligates current and future generations.

  • Anonymous

    By YJ Draiman for Council
    Instant gratification and No commitment

    People today are looking for instant gratification without considering others or the consequences. They are reluctant or lacking any intention of making a commitment and abiding by that commitment.

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    Many of the causes are; Peer pressure, living up to the joneses and today’s fast moving society and technology.

    The technology we grew up with could easily have cultivated a “now or never” attitude, a predilection for instant gratification that no previous generation had to encounter.

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    YJ Draiman