DISTURBED: More Footage From SWEDEN ROCK Press Conference Posted Online

Chicago heavy rockers DISTURBED took part in a press conference at at this year's Sweden Rock Festival which was held June 5-7 in Slvesborg, Sweden. The first nine minutes of the press conference was captured on video by Karlstadrocks.se and can be viewed below.

DISTURBED's new album, "Industructible", sold 253,000 copies in the United States during its first week of release to debut at position No. 1 on The Billboard 200 chart.

The band's previous two albums, 2005's double-platinum "Ten Thousand Fists" (first-week sales: 238,000) and 2002's platinum "Believe" (first-week sales: 284,000), both also debuted at No. 1.

DISTURBED's best-selling release to date is its 2000 debut, "The Sickness", which has shifted nerly four million copies in the U.S. alone, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

DISTURBED will co-headline this summer's Rockstar Energy Mayhem tour with SLIPKNOT, beginning on July 9 in Seattle.


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