It was a big weekend on Taylor Swift's Eras Tour. Not only did the pop star announce she's releasing Speak Now (Taylor's Version) on July 7, Phoebe Bridgers officially joined the tour as the latest opener, following Gracie Abrams and beabadoobee.

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Bridgers has already gone viral for bringing Matty Healy of the 1975 out on stage to perform "Moon Song" and for joining Swift on their collaboration "Nothing New." But beyond that, the indie-rock artist has also gone viral for her entrance music. As she's been known to do, Bridgers has been stepping out on stage to Disturbed's 2000 nü-metal hit "Down with the Sickness."

Disturbed frontman David Draiman caught wind of the clips from over the weekend and took to Twitter to share his thoughts — and just how much he loves it. He wrote, "this is absolutely amazing." He even invited Bridgers to come to one of the band's shows whenever she wants.

Here's to hoping we get a Phoebe Bridgers x Disturbed collab one day.

Check out Draiman's full reaction below.