Disturbed

Disturbed Share Another Classic Cover, This Time Taking on Sting

Disturbed dropped a cover of Sting’s “If I Ever Lose My Faith In You” accompanied by a gorgeous music video. The song begins with singer David Draiman’s voice alongside a quiet piano before gradually building up to a crescendo.
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Disturbed Reflects On the 'Demons' of Depression and the Importance of Talking It Out

Chicago rockers Disturbed, who have historically been outspoken about mental health, share some sage advice about the importance of talking it all through with someone you trust ahead of our next ‘I’m Listening’ broadcast.
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While Your Grandma Makes Lasagna, Dorothea Taylor Makes Beats

When she’s not instructing students, playing the organ for her church group, or laying the beats for her band Badlander, Dorothea enjoys posting drum covers of some of her favorite songs – and she’s starting to get noticed.
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Witness the Most Metal Wedding Party in History, Featuring Disturbed and System Of A Down

A recent wedding party in Nigeria got down with the sickness, with attendees sharing the enthusiasm of the entire party singing along and dancing to the extraordinary heavy metal playlist.
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Disturbed Announces Tour to Celebrate the 20th Anniversary of 'The Sickness'

Ooh wah ah ah ah. Disturbed is honoring the 20th anniversary of their debut album, The Sickness , celebrating with a tour across North America. The band will be joined by Staind and Bad Wolves for the trek, kicking off on July 15 in Missouri. The Sickness was released on March 7, 2000 and launched...
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'Godmother of Drumming' Covers Disturbed, Says Don't Judge a Drummer by Their Looks

A woman dubbed the “Godmother of Drumming” is covering Disturbed and proving a point at the same time. Dorothea Taylor is the subject of a new thought-provoking and rocking video by the instructional site Drumeo. The clip begins with the middle-aged woman going through some scenarios she says have...
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I'm Listening: Disturbed on Fighting the Demon of Depression and Addiction

“By a show of hands, how many of you have dealt with the demons of addiction or depression or know of someone who has?” David Draiman asks the full arena. The lights raise to show a sea of arms stretch upward, powerfully proving how widespread the war is that the band sings about in "A Reason To...
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Disturbed's David Draiman Under Doctor's Advice to 'Rest and Limit Vocal Usage'

Disturbed was forced to cancel their Wednesday, July 24 performance after frontman David Draiman was faced with vocal issues. David Draiman is known for his incredibly powerful vocals. His booming voice rings throughout arenas, and has colored the band’s sound throughout their two decades together...
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David Draiman Of Disturbed Released A Badass "Star Wars" Christmas Card

Whenever Christmas rolls around, usually you'll receive Christmas cards from your friends, family and neighbors that look like they were taken by Olan Mills. But not David Draiman from Disturbed . Instead of going down the cheesy route, he and his family were tempted by the dark side and created an...
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Disturbed's "The Sound Of Silence" Used In International Space Station Video

As if Disturbed 's breathtaking cover of Simon & Garfunkel's "The Sound of Silence", we can now confirm that it is officially "out of this world." NASA's Johnson Space Center recently shared a collection of powerful images taken of Earth from the International Space Station, and used Disturbed'...
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