This slow groover is a track from Immortalized, which was released following Disturbed's near four-year hiatus. During the band's long break, vocalist David Draiman spent time with his wife, model/wrestler Lena Yada, and their son, Samuel, who was born in September 2013. Asked by the Massachusetts radio station WAAF how fatherhood has affected the lyrical themes covered on the album, Draiman replied: "There are definitely a number of moments on this record that specifically [relate to my new role as a father]. There's moments where I reflect my son. For instance, the closing track on the record is a track called 'Who Taught You How To Hate,' and it was written with the idea in mind that a child is born into this world without hatred; that it is something that's taught, that there's always somebody who plants that seed." "Children playing in a playground, they don't pay attention to the color of skin, or their religion, or what part of the world they come from, or how much money they have," he continued. "It's pure, it's simple, and it's unbiased and it's beautiful. And that was definitely one of the things that my son showed me, and it's definitely reflected in that song."
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