Disturbed End Hiatus And Reunite With New Single And Album

More than “Ten Thousand Fist’s” will be in the air as Disturbed fans everywhere will once again be able to get “Down With The Sickness.”

After almost four years, the wait is finally over. Disturbed has announced that they will indeed end their hiatus as they released a new single to radio called “The Vengeful One.” Disturbed will also release a new album titled Immortalized on Aug. 21 which is available for pre-order.

 

On June 20, fans saw the band post a picture of a new Disturbed logo, and the first of three short cartoon video clips of their mascot “The Guy,” on their Facebook page. Each Clip saw The Guy become more and more to life leading up to an official announcement from the band on what these video clips actually mean. June 22 saw an official countdown clock appear on the band’s website.

Disturbed went on hiatus in Oct. 2011. Since then, members of the band have all worked on different side projects in other bands. David Draiman started the side project Device as Mike Wengren and Dan Donegan took part in the band Fight or Flight and John Moyer joined Adrenaline Mob.

Disturbed has released five studio albums in their career. Those releases include The Sickness (2000) –  Believe (2002) – Ten Thousand Fists (2005) – Indestructible (2008) and Asylum (2010). A month after their planned hiatus, Disturbed released a compilation album of unreleased tracks cleverly titled The Lost Children.

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