On August 21, 2015, Disturbed brought Chicago fans together at the famous House of Blues Chicago. This marked Disturbed back in the game you can say as the Heavy Metal giants in music. Perfoming to a sold out crowd of fans of all ages who have waiting for this moment for more than four years. The members of Disturbed took on separate projects for RandR. Disturbed is now back, with their 6th Studio Album by Reprise Records titled, "Immoritilized." Immoritilized realeased on the same date of the live performance at House of Blues.
Much of this album was created in private with out notice to fans and industry professionals. They kept it secret and recorded the disc in Las Vegas, NV. Now Disturbed is back with a great album and rested up.
Disturbed performed for more than two hours which included a songlist of all their hits, new and hold. Opening up with "Ten Thousands Fists" and ending with the song that made them Disturbed "Down With The Sickness."
Good to see the Chicago's very own Heavy Metal Kings Disturbed back with a new disk that will surprise if you have not purchased it. One thing, early in the concert David Draimen told the fans paraphrasing, "anyway you got the album as long as you have it."
Somewhere between June 20-23 Disturbed (depends which social network) announced the release of their new album 'Immortalized ' with video available on Youtube 'The Vengeful One." With a new album a tour is to follow. The first date was announced on July 14 for a one night performance at Chicago's House of Blues on August 21 to coincide the release of Immortalized. We are glad to see the heavy metal preachers back in the game.
"The hiatus is over. Over the past year, weve been secretly writing and recording a brand new album. Today, we are excited to share a new song called the vengeful one along with a new music video. Its off our upcoming album called immortalized, which will be released on august 21, and is available for pre-order today. This album had the arduous task of, in some way, justifying the hiatus; giving the fans something that made it worth our time away from one another. We hope that it succeeds in that task. Thank you for staying with us over the years."
Disturbed roots lay with long time friends Dan Donegan (guitar), Mike Wengren (drums), and Fuzz (bass) who were active on the Chicago Music Circuit through the late 1990's. In 1997 David Draiman joined the band, from that point on Disturbed started laying a new road as a hard-hitting metal super band. Draiman's powerful voice was more than an attention grabber it opened their audience base worldwide. Their debut release called the "Sickness" originally released in March of 2000 made the airways and singles became common on radio till recently with the upcoming release "Believe" The first single called "Prayer" off the new disc called "Believe" is being played nationwide on every rock and alternative station with a music video that brings the guys from Disturbed into our homes for a visually stimulating concert.