Disturbed Debut 'Another Way to Die' Music Video


Disturbed Debut 'Another Way to Die' Music Video
The Robert Schober-directed music video shows that human have contributed to 'Another Way to Die' by being careless with the nature.


Disturbed's visual accompaniment for their single "Another Way to Die" has been out. "It's definitely dealing with the subject matter. It definitely is meant to draw the effects of the indulgent life that most people lead. It is meant to draw a contrast to things and to show the effects of the abuse we causing to our planet," singer David Draiman told Bloody Disgusting.

The concept perfectly fits the song which has environmental theme. "Obviously it's referring to the global catastrophe that we know as global warming, and the effects that it continues to have on our planet; our irresponsibility in doing what we do as species, our constant appetite, our constant consumption at all costs," he said of the track in another occasion.

"Another Way to Die" is the first single from Disturbed's fifth studio album "Asylum" which is expected to come out in United States on August 31.

Disturbed's "Another Way to Die" music video

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