DISTURBED: 360-Degree Live Video For 'Inside The Fire' Available

DISTURBED: 360-Degree Live Video For 'Inside The Fire' Available

DISTURBED has released a 360-degree video for the track "Inside The Fire". The clip was filmed during the band's May 11, 2019 concert at the Alexandra Palace in London, England.

The concert version of "Inside The Fire" can be heard on DISTURBED's "Live From Alexandra Palace, London" EP, which came out in June. This special five-song EP was recorded at the famed U.K. venue.

Captured during DISTURBED's sold-out May 11 show at "Ally Pally" and produced by the band, this special digital-only release features a blistering collection of No. 1 rock radio hits, tracks from new album "Evolution", and other fan favorites, including "A Reason To Fight", "Inside The Fire", "No More", "Ten Thousand Fists" and "The Game".

DISTURBED's second North American leg of the "Evolution" tour kicked off on July 21 in Mankato, Minnesota, winding through the next three months before coming to a close on October 11 in St. Louis. Select shows on the tour feature either POP EVIL or IN THIS MOMENT as special guests.

DISTURBED released its seventh studio album, "Evolution", in October.

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