On June 3, 2008, Disturbed released their fourth studio album, Indestructible and let me tell you, Disturbed's success is indestructible.
While that may have been a slightly stupid pun, its not a lie! This album, along with all but one album from Disturbed hit number one here in the US clear across the board! It also reached number one in Australia, Canada, and New Zealand. It did extremely well in most countries, and the lowest chart rating it saw at all was 63 in Japan. Pretty damn impressive, right? That's Disturbed for you.
The first single for this album came out on March 25, 2008 and was "Inside The Fire." "Inside The Fire" seems to be about a dying person, encouraging them to let go of life fully and move onto another world. It sounds like its about a small child who passed, which is rather sad, and we can only hope nobody in the band has lost a child. The song was also nominated for a Grammy Award in 2009 for the Best Rock Performance category.
Two particular tracks are also special because they were actually written prior to their first album, The Sickness came out. Those two songs are "Perfect Insanity" and "Divide." Why they chose this album to release them on, we're not sure, but none the less its great that they did.
"Perfect Insanity" is basically what the title says -someone going insane, but wording it in a perfect way. Like most artists, David Draiman has "lost his mind." Its a wonderful track, and done very, very well.
Other honorable tracks are, "The Night", "Haunted" and "The Curse." Its no secret really that the album is great, but that's just a few songs we wished to mention.
Be sure to check out Disturbed's website because over there you will be able to find a bunch of tour dates and festival performances. Disturbed will be atUfest 2016, 98Rockfest, Welcome To Rockville, Fort Rock, Carolina Rebellion, Northern Invasion, Rock On The Range, and Rocklahoma. They will be going out on tour very soon with Breaking Benjamin, Alter Bridge, and Saint Asonia!
Also, while you're checking things out, please check out our other reviews for Disturbed albums, as this review completed their discography for Immortal Music.
The Sickness -Believe -Ten Thousand Fists -Asylum -The Lost Children -Immortalized
All reviews have the date they were written, the album title, and the band's name, with the exception of Life Starts Now by Three Days Grace and Dear Agony by Breaking Benjamin. Those dates were guessed at, as they were written well before the website began.