The heavy metal band who will soon release a new album in June has teamed up with Slipknot and others to rock U.S. stages this Summer.
Multi platinum metal band Disturbed have begun the series of promotional campaigns in anticipation of their upcoming release, "Indestructible". Beside mapping out a U.S. and European tour, the band have also shot the music video for "Inside the Fire", the first single from the Reprise Records album.
They are scheduled to have warm-up gigs beginning April 26 in North Little Rock, A.R. before heading to Europe in June and back to North America and Canada to launch "Rockstar Mayhem Tour". Joining them on the latest tour are Slipknot, Dragonforce, Mastodon and many more. Helmed by "Warped Tour" founder Kevin Lyman and John Reese, "Mayhem" will start in July.
They have also shot the music video for "Inside the Fire" with Nathan "Karma Cox" who had previously penned clips for H.I.M. and Queens of the Stone Age.
"Indestructible" will be dropped in stores on June 3. Speaking on the piece, drummer Mike Wengren said, "I don't wanna sound arrogant, but I think we've made the kind of record the industry needs right now. There are not a lot of heavy bands delivering these days. I think our fans-and fans of this genre-will go absolutely nuts for this."
The band have also posted a new version of the band's song "Perfect Insanity" that is available as free download on their official site. This has been described as the edgier and rougher version of the song compared to when it was recorded early in their career. "People never lose their desire for aggressive music," said vocalist David Draiman. "And we're happy to keep giving it to them."
"Inside the Fire" Audio Stream: Windows Media | QuickTime