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Disturbed

EXCLUSIVE: Watch Disturbed’s Powerful Rendition of “Hold On To Memories”

Watch the powerful performance of Disturbed's 'Evolution' track, "Hold On To Memories."
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EXCLUSIVE: Disturbed Deliver Stirring Performance of “A Reason To Fight”

Celebrate Disturbed's 'Evolution' with a stripped-down performance of the powerful "A Reason To Fight."
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EXCLUSIVE: Disturbed Goes Inside 'Evolution' And Explain Why It's Their Most Adventurous Album Yet

"Are You Ready" for the band's seventh studio album?
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All Disturbed, All the Time!...

There is so much going on with Distrubed, it's hard to keep up! So let me help you out! Today, Disturbed announced their headling tour with Three Days Grace. WAAF presents Disturbed, at the DCU Center on February 27, 2019. Click here for ticket info! Next week, if you listen 9, 2, 5... you can win...
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Disturbed Shares Spiteful Track “The Best Ones Lie”

Disturbed just delivered the third track off of their upcoming album, continuing to prove their 'Evolution ' with “The Best Ones Lie.”
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Disturbed Tackles Mental Health and Addiction in “A Reason To Fight”

After sharing the heavy and hard-hitting “Are You Ready,” Disturbed has delivered a profound ballad with their brand new single, “A Reason To Fight.”
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Disturbed Believes Their New Album Can Outshine "Immortalized"

When it was announced that Disturbed were going to be releasing their new album Evolution , fans knew that the band would have to dig deep and put together songs that would be able to outdo their massively successful 2015 album, Immortalized . In a video posted to their social media, Disturbed...
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David Draiman Considers "Evolution" To Be Disturbed's "Black Album"

With Disturbed's new album, Evolution, nearing its release date on October 19th, 2018, vocalist David Draiman is confident that it just may be what he calls their "Black Album." In reference to Metallica's self-titled 1991 record that skyrocketed them into mainstream superstardom, and heavy metal...
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