SOURCE: Reprise Records
March 07, 2008 15:01 ET
Best-Selling Rock Band Disturbed to Release New Studio Album, "Indestructible," on June 3rd
Band to Co-Headline First-Ever Rockstar Energy Mayhem Festival This Summer
BURBANK, CA--(Marketwire - March 7, 2008) - Reprise Records will release the fourth album
from chart-topping hard-rock band Disturbed, titled "Indestructible," which
the band self-produced, on June 3rd. "Indestructible" is the follow-up to
the Chicago quartet's 2005 RIAA-certified platinum "Ten Thousand Fists."
Disturbed, which is frontman David Draiman, guitarist Dan Donegan, drummer
Mike Wengren, and bassist John Moyer, will co-headline the Rockstar Energy
Mayhem Festival -- a riotous road show featuring some of hard rock's most
influential artists. Disturbed will join Slipknot, Dragonforce, and
Mastodon on the mainstage. The tour kicks off July 9th in Seattle and hits
30 cities in the U.S. and Canada.
The band will play for the troops in Kuwait as part of a special concert
called Operation MySpace, which is a groundbreaking live concert event for
those serving in the Middle East. Hosted by the social-networking website
MySpace, the three-hour concert will be streamed on March 10th at 11 a.m.
PST/ 2 p.m. EST exclusively on the official Operation MySpace profile at
http://myspace.com/operationmyspace, and a condensed one-hour version of
the show's best moments will be broadcast nationally on the FX television
network on April 12th.
Known for their punishingly powerful music and Draiman's passionate,
socially conscious lyrics, Disturbed has sold a collective 10 million
copies worldwide of their three albums -- 2000's RIAA-certified
triple-platinum "The Sickness," 2002's Billboard album chart-topper
"Believe," and their second consecutive Number One "Ten Thousand Fists" --
since forming in Chicago in 1996.