"Another Way To Die", the new video from Chicago heavy rockers DISTURBED, can be viewed below. The clip was directed by Roboshobo (a.k.a. Robert Schober), who has previously worked with METALLICA, MASTODON and DEFTONES, among others. Roboshobo also helmed the video for the title track of DISTURBED's new album, "Asylum", which will arrive on August 31 via Reprise Records.
"Another Way to Die" is already a #1 hit at Active Rock Radio. This is the highest Billboard Active Rock debut in DISTURBED's history and the fastest #1 for the band on Billboard's Active Rock chart, getting to #1 in just four weeks. It is also the fastest #1 on Billboard's Active Rock chart in over three years and is the band's seventh #1 single on Billboard's Active Rock chart: they are tied with METALLICA for the third most #1s on the Active Rock chart.
As a special gift to fans, the four-piece has created the documentary "Decade of Disturbed". The 60-plus-minute film candidly captures the band's ten-year history, with extensive behind-the-scenes and never-before-seen footage.
"Decade Of Disturbed" will be included with every purchase of "Asylum" as a thank-you from the band.
The "Asylum" limited-edition CD/DVD pre-order comes with the full album, including two bonus tracks (live recordings of "Down With The Sickness" and "Stricken"), expanded artwork, a DVD with the "Decade Of Disturbed" documentary plus nine "Disturbed Dissected" exclusive instrument video instuctionals, and an exclusive double-sided poster with guitar tabs. It is available only through Disturbed1.com.
The iTunes LP version of "Asylum" is also available to pre-order now. This version also includes a download featuring the "Decade of Disturbed" documentary, two bonus tracks (live recordings of "Down With The Sickness" and "Stricken"), an additional exclusive bonus track ("Leave It Alone"), and two "Disturbed Dissected" exclusive instrument video instructionals.
DISTURBED began rehearsals in Chicago on July 28 for the upcoming Uproar Tour, which will be the first time the band has played together onstage since the end of the touring cycle for its 2008 record, "Indestructible". Draiman told The Pulse of Radio that fans can expect a DISTURBED show bigger than anything the band has done before. "The production for this touring cycle is turning out to be really, really amazing, really impressive," he said. "I can't really give away too much, but I will say that it is a aspect that no one has ever seen from DISTURBED live — very theatrical, very dramatic, very visually stimulating — so we're very much looking forward to letting people see a DISTURBED performance they've never seen before."