DISTURBED Taps NOBLE JONES For "The Night' Video
DISTURBED has tapped Noble Jones (HIM, SEVENDUST) to direct the video for the band's next single, "The Night".
The band recently scored its second No. 1 single on the BDS/Billboard Active Rock chart this year with the title track from its current album, the nearly platinum "Indestructible".
The CD's lead-off single, "Inside the Fire", set a record for the longest-running No. 1 in the history of the Active Rock chart when it spent 16 weeks in the top slot. DISTURBED is also riding high with its first-ever Grammy Award nomination in the "Best Hard Rock Performance" category for "Inside the Fire".
The self-produced "Indestructible" debuted at No. 1 on The Billboard 200 chart in June and remained in the Top 10 for five weeks. It is the band's third consecutive No. 1 album, following its platinum-sellers "Believe" (2002) and "Ten Thousand Fists" (2005), making DISTURBED one of only six rock bands in history to score three consecutive No. 1 debuts with studio albums.
Formed in Chicago in 1996, DISTURBED has sold a collective 10 million albums worldwide.
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