Disturbed Tour 2020
Disturbed Tour 2020 – Disturbed (formed 1996) is an American heavy metal band that has been edging closer to aesthetic of hard rock since their debut “The Sickness” in 2000, hailing from Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
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Originally comprised of vocalist Erich Awalt, guitarist Dan Donegan, drummer Mike Wengren, and bassist Steve “Fuzz” Kmat, the band was initially named “Crawl” and subsequently “Brawl”. The group recorded an early demo tape, however shortly after its completion singer Awalt left Brawl, and the remaining members advertised for a new frontman. David Draiman was one of the only respondents to the band’s advertisements, however proved a perfect match and was hired on the spot. In 1997, now settled on the name Disturbed, the band recorded a pair of demo tapes, featuring the songs, “The Game”, “Down with the Sickness”, and “Stupify”.
The demos led the band to sign with Giant Records, who issued Disturbed’s debut studio album “The Sickness” in 2000. Catapulting the band to heavy metal notoriety, the record peaked at No. 20 on the Billboard 200, selling over four million records. In support of the record Disturbed were invited to open for Marilyn Manson on his European tour, during which time time Kmak was temporarily replaced by Marty O’Brien. To raise the publicity and anticipation for their sophomore album, in June 2002 the band released the documetary DVD “M.O.L.”. Three months later Disturbed released their second studio album “Believe”, which debuted atop the Billboard 200 led by the single “Prayer”.
Following a tour on the 2003 Ozzfest alongside Chevelle, Taproot, and Unloco, Disturbed began work on their third full-length. Once again debuting at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, “Ten Thousand Fists” arrived in September 2005, spawning the singles “Stricken” and “Monster”. Marked by the introduction of guitar solos and more melodic themes, the album took the band in a hard rock direction, compounded on future releases. In 2008 Disturbed issued their fourth full-length and third No. 1 album “Indestructable”. Led by the singles “ This Moment” and “Inside the Fire”, the record charted in over 11 countries further augmenting an international presence.
Later in 2008 the group released the live album “Live & Indestructable” and embarked on a European tour from London to Helsinki. Disturbed’s fifth studio album “Asylum” appeared in August 2010, once again topping the Billboard 200, and spawning the singles “Another Way to Die”, “The Animal”, and “Warrior”. Following the supporting tour, the band took an indefinite hiatus in October 2011, which ended with the release of their sixth studio album “Immortalized” in August 2015.