I’ve been a Disturbed Fan since I saw them in concert back in 2000 on the Ozzfest second stage. Their previous three CD’s with The Sickness, Believe, and 10,000 Fists, where all amazing, and I’ve since seen them two other times. With the release of Indestructible it was hard to believe they could come up with a better album, they have definitely pulled through. They brought back a bit of the electronics in this one, and as well as giving Dan more room to move with more guitar solo’s, the drums are awesome, David’s vocals are incredible with how much emotion and showing the same intensity that was there in The Sickness. If you are any bit of a metal head, you’ll love this album.
International special edition of their 2008 album includes a bonus DVD (PAL/Region 0) that features six live tracks and one music video. 2008 finds Disturbed Indestructible with their fourth album. Disturbed is a rock band from Chicago, Illinois. The group was formed in 1996 when musicians Dan Donegan, Steve ”Fuzz” Kmak, and Mike Wengren hired singer David Draiman in Chicago, Illinois. Draiman had grown up in a religious family from which he rebelled, being expelled from five boarding schools in his adolescence. His anger found an outlet in the thrashing sound of Disturbed. They have sold over 10 million albums worldwide. Originally classified as a nu metal band,Disturbed is now regarded by some music critics as hard rock or heavy metal, although others now regard them as alternative metal.
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Originally, I bought this for my bf, but I like it just as much as he does. He’s more into the metal thing, yet this really impressed me. Songs like the title track and “The Night” are just amazing. “Haunted” and “Enough” speak to us on another level, giving us that deepness that Disturbed does so well.
This band goes from strength to strength. From the raw and energetic early works of Believe and Sickness the new album Indestructible delivers a very polished and powerful (and slightly darker)sound. The distinctive drumming of Mike Wengren is as prominent as ever and David Draiman’s Vocals still command centre stage. The title track gives an explosive entry into the album and it never lets up from there. I’ll be the first to admit no one song really stands out, but that is more from the album being such a complete compilation than any one song being better than the other. Worth every cent…. looking forward to seeing them live again (for the 2nd time) down under in a couple of months. Buy it!
Indestructible says it all about Disturbed, they are Indestructible. Disturbed went all out on Content of their songs from Insanity, Death and Suicide on their lead Single, “Inside the Fire”. Disturbed is starting to push new boundaries songwriting wise and with their sound. Their one of the bands that have successfully distance themself from the label, “Nu-Metal”.
Disturbed has done it again in their most Angry, Violent, Sinister and Darkest album yet. With the talents of David, Dan, John and Mike you already know that it’ll be amazing. But in Indestructible they have pulled out all the stops and revived the elements of their Best selling Triple Plattinum album “The Sickness.” As well as the calmer style that was featured in their second album “Believe.” In this album David tends to sing about things related to his past. Such as the song “Inside the Fire,” where he sings about an incident of suicide. In “The Night,” he sings about giving in to the darkness. And in “Indestructible,” he sings about war. Mabye some people would be a little sceptical about this but I certainly recomend the album. One things for sure, with the release of their fourth album Disturbed truly is “Indestructible.”