DISTURBED: 'Indestructible' Video Trailer Posted Online

A video trailer for DISTURBED's fourth studio album, "Indestructible", can be viewed below.

DISTURBED has set June 3 as the release date for "Indestructible". The first single from the record, called "Inside the Fire", will be sent to radio stations across the country on March 24.

Another song from the album, called "Perfect Insanity", is now available at the band's official web site, Disturbed1.com.

The band has been hinting in interviews that "Indestructible" is its heaviest CD yet, and singer David Draiman told The Pulse of Radio that he hasn't changed his opinion. "This record is definitely a very ferocious record," he said. "It has a lot of textures to it. It is certainly the darkest one that we've seen in quite some time. It's the darkest and heaviest since (debut album) 'The Sickness', there's no question about it. And it takes it past 'The Sickness' on a number of different levels."

DISTURBED has expanded its upcoming U.S. tour, which the band will use to preview material from "Indestructible". The band has added a new opening date on April 26 in Little Rock, in addition to several stops in May. Draiman told The Pulse of Radio he's especially pleased to be appearing at the Rock on the Range festival in Columbus, Ohio in mid-May. "You know, we're looking forward to it," he said. "We're definitely in a lot of good company. I love the bill and we're happy to be a part of something so significant. We're gonna tear it up. We're looking forward to hitting it in that big of a way."

Following its spring solo run and European dates in June, DISTURBED will co-headline the Rockstar Mayhem Energy Tour with SLIPKNOT. The trek will kick off on July 9 in Seattle and hit 30 cities in North America.

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