Watch Disturbed’s David Draiman Dive with Great White Sharks

Credit: Travis ShinnDisturbed frontman David Draiman has written songs with titles like "Indestructible" and "Immortalized," and he apparently decided to put those ideas to the test by diving with great white sharks.

During Disturbed's recent Australian tour, Draiman took a brief detour to Port Lincoln so that he could get in a cage underwater and watch sharks swim around him. While that might sound terrifying to some, Draiman was very excited, as evidenced by a video documenting his excursion.

In the clip, which is posted on Disturbed's Facebook, you can watch Draiman readying himself to enter the shark cage, plus underwater footage of great whites zooming inches in front of the musician's face. Prepare for several exclamations of "bada**!" and Jaws references.

Perhaps just as excited as swimming with sharks, Disturbed's single "Open Your Eyes" has reached the top of Billboard's Mainstream Rock Songs chart, giving the band seven number-one singles on the tally.

In even more Disturbed happenings, the band's new live album Live at Red Rocks will be released this Friday, November 18. The album was recorded at the legendary Colorado amphitheater, and features live performances of songs like "Down with the Sickness," "Stricken" and their hit cover of Simon & Garfunkel's "The Sound of Silence."

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