According to Billboard.com, "Another Way To Die", the new single from Chicago heavy rockers DISTURBED, entered the Rock Songs chart at No. 8 and the Rock Digital Songs chart at No. 7. The track concurrently debuted on the Hot 100 at No. 81.
"Another Way To Die" deals with some very timely subject matter, as frontman David Draiman told The Pulse of Radio. "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, and our irresponsibility in doing what we do as a species, and our constant appetite, our constant consumption at all costs, you know, no matter what is destroyed, no matter what is laid to waste," he said. "And certainly what's happening in the Gulf now is, you know, horrific."
"Another Way To Die" went on sale at iTunes on June 15.
DISTURBED's new album, "Asylum", will arrive in August and will follow up the group's 2008 release, "Indestructible", their fourth million-seller in a row and third No. 1 album.
DISTURBED will hit the road ahead of the album's release, and will be anchoring this summer's new Uproar Tour with AVENGED SEVENFOLD and STONE SOUR.
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