David Draiman is the front man for the multiplatinum headbangers Disturbed. Draiman attended five Jewish day schools, including Wisconsin Institute for Torah Study in Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Valley Torah High School in Los Angeles, California, and Fasman Yeshiva High School in Chicago, Illinois. Draiman later enrolled at Ida Crown Jewish Academy in Chicago, Illinois, where he graduated from high school in 1991. From there, in 1991–1992, he spent a year after high school studying at the Yeshivas Neveh Zion in Kiryat Ye'arim, on the outskirts ofJerusalem, Israel. The United States Holocaust Museum featured Draiman in their "Voices on Antisemitism — A Podcast Series" show.
Prior to the release of the alt-metal juggernaut's much-anticipated sophomore album, “Believe”, Dramain answered a dozen dirty questions to Playboy about his sexual proclivities. He gave up the goods on onstage erections and sex on drugs. But one of the question was where he have had most unusual sex. Draiman: “Believe it or not, in an abandoned christian church on an altar. A girl that I liked was pretending that she was a little more evil than she was”.
And after such sexual activities, that son of bitch, will keep singing to us about holocaust and “poor” Jewish nation.