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UnRated Magazine Review: Korn welcomes Disturbed and Trust Company.
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Disturbed Back On the Road

Disturbed Back On the Road

Korn welcomes Disturbed and Trust Company.

By Adam Bielawski
Photos by Adam Bielawski

Disturbed originally from Chicago have hit the road for 2002 with Korn. Korn in suport of their latest release for "Untouchables" have welcome Disturbed to join them on the tour, as the new line up which includes Disturbed and Trust Company. All three are set to kick off the North American leg of the tour in Manchester, NH on October 8th. Excited fans are waiting in anticipation as tickets go on sale this weekend on September 6th, 2002.

Disturbed have been a favor and very busy since the release "Sickness", including several soundtrack contributions, appearances and the beginning of a new tour. It's great to see Disturbed complete with their new project and ready to hit the road after a well-disserved rest. We are all hoping to see Disturbed through the rest of the 2002 year as well as into 2003 and beyond. Disturbed is the type of band that brings what raw rock needs these days on the stations and to live performances.

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. Much of their debut release called the "Sickness" originally released in March of 2000 made the airways and became common singles till recently with the first single called "Prayer" off the new disc called "Believe". "Prayer" 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 visual look. Though some minor controversy over the video because some people say it depicts the end of the world tragedy, which many try to compare to September 11, 2001 from the tragedy in New York. We as world citizens remember what has occurred and must not forget, however I do not compare in video to a real world event. Reality and video are two different worlds and we all should know the differences, let art walk alone and not be critized for the benefit that is unfounded.

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