David Draiman of Disturbed

Tiana Timmerberg, RADIO.COM

Even Vocal Coaches Are Blown Away By David Draiman's Voice

Watch their reactions to Disturbed's "The Sound Of Silence" cover

February 26, 2019

By Anthony Capobianco (via WAAF)

There's no debate Disturbed vocalist David Draiman has one of the most impressive voices in rock. He can shout, scream, and make wild baboon noises in many of Disturbed's songs. But Draiman can do more than that.

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In his younger years, Draiman was classically trained as a cantor, who is someone that sings liturgical music and leads prayer in a synagogue. But after being expelled from three different yeshivas and blowing up his high school rabbi's van, Draiman wasn't cut out for the seminary.

So taking his classical vocal training and mixing it with his aggressive rock style of singing, Draiman's voice truly is one of a kind.

But to get a more expert opinion of the technical aspects of Draiman's style of singing, we collected a series of vocal coaches reacting to Disturbed's live performance of "The Sound Of Silence." We don't want to give too much away, but some of these singing teachers were left speechless!