This fall is going to be a memorable one for Disturbed, particularly singer David Draiman.

According to the tweet-happy Draiman, his hard-hitting band will release the 16-track B-sides, rarities and covers album ‘The Lost Children’ on Nov. 8.

But before that, Draiman will reportedly tie the knot with his model/actress fiancée, Lena Yada, on Sunday (Sept. 25).

‘The Lost Children’ will include Disturbed’s renditions of the Judas Priest classic ‘Living After Midnight’ as well as the Faith No More tune ‘Midlife Crisis.’ Other songs on the album include ‘Hell,’ ‘Monster,’ ‘Sickened’ and ‘Parasite.’

As for exchanging vows with Yada, Draiman doesn’t sound like he’ll end up with a case of cold feet this weekend, noting that being a husband could actually be beneficial to future Disturbed albums. Speaking about marriage with The Pulse of Radio, he said, “You know, I can only imagine that it would give me more inspiration to write. … I really think it’ll be a tremendous catalyst for potential inspiration.”

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