DISTURBED Appears To Be Back In The Studio
DISTURBED appears to be back in the studio recording its first new music since 2015's "Immortalized" album.
On Tuesday, DISTURBED posted a photo of a recording console along with the caption: "Getting started… #disturbedones"
Prior to the arrival of "Immortalized", DISTURBED had been on hiatus since the fall of 2011, after completing the touring cycle for its previous studio effort, "Asylum", and issuing a rarities collection called "The Lost Children".
Singer David Draiman revealed a year ago that DISTURBED would record and release an acoustic EP before the band begins work on the follow-up to "Immortalized".
"Immortalized" became DISTURBED's fifth album to enter The Billboard 200 chart at No. 1 — a feat shared only with METALLICA and DAVE MATTHEWS BAND.
DISTURBED has been confirmed as one of the headliners of the 25th annual Rock Fest, set to take place July 12-15 in Cadott, Wisconsin.
Getting started… #disturbedones
Posted by Disturbed on Tuesday, January 30, 2018
Photo by Chop Em Down Films
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