Disturbed frontman David Draiman has made a surprise appearance during (of all things) a Breaking Benjamin set, joining the band for a rendition of possibly the greatest duet of all time, Queen and David Bowie’s Under Pressure.
The random collab happened during the Pennsylvania rock act’s acoustic set at New York City’s Irving Plaza.
Soon after Breaking Benjamin started the song, Draiman materialised onstage (to an obviously stoked crowd) to trade verses with singer, Ben Burnley.
It was a fitting cover, following the recent death of David Bowie and approaching 25th anniversary of the death of Queen legend Freddie Mercury, with Draiman tackling the majority of the former icon’s lower vocal parts.
But did they do it justice?
Check out fan-shot footage of the performance and see what you reckon, below.
Meanwhile, Disturbed are expected to announce Australian tour plans very soon, following the release of their sixth studio LP Immortalized and cancelled Soundwave tour dates.
Watch: Disturbed’s Dave Draiman Joins Breaking Benjamin For Under Pressure Cover