|David Draiman, Disturbed, Aftershock festival|
|John Moyer, bass, Disturbed|
David Draiman strides across the stage, from side to side, long black coat trailing in his wake, throughout the show. The set includes songs from throughout their career, and yes, it does include "that song": the one that so many people heard this year, and asked: "Is that really Disturbed???" (Yes, it is.)
|Disturbed, Aftershock, Sacramento|
|Dan Donegan, Disturbed|
|Dan Wengren, Disturbed|
If you are looking for other quieter, less-metal-more-melodic Disturbed songs, because before now, you thought that all they did was Down With The Sickness, then check out Darkness from Believe, Overburdened from Ten Thousand Fists, or their cover of Metallica's Fade To Black... David Draiman has one heck of a voice, whether it's rhythmic-staccato or whether it's powering to a crescendo of a Simon and Garfunkel classic. Genesis fans??? Check out Disturbed's cover of Land of Confusion. And then when you've checked all that, to listen to the rest of Disturbed's catalog... and add them to your collection.
On August 15th, Disturbed recorded a live concert at Colorado's stunning Red Rocks Amphitheater. The audio album is set for release on November 18th, and you can pre-order it here or at your usual online outlet--find out more on Disturbed's website.
Disturbed have a load of tour dates planned for Europe over the next few months: check the schedule here.
Many more photos from Disturbed's show at Aftershock are here in the photo gallery... and if you missed those from Chicago Open Air, click here!