After a four year hiatus, Disturbed have released a new studio album, Immortalized. The LP was recorded at The Hideout Recording Studio in Las Vegas, Nevada and includes band members David Draiman (lead vocals), Dan Donegan (guitar, electronics), John Moyer (bass guitar, backing vocals), and Mike Wengren (drums).
The album features thirteen tracks of punishing guitar riffs, thunderous bass, hard hitting drums, and soaring vocals, and the deluxe edition includes three bonus tracks.
Disturbed have found success on their previous albums with their signature sound, and for Immortalized they stick to that recipe. Fans may view the album as another classic, or a bit of letdown. After a hiatus, one would think that the time off would have allowed Disturbed to experiment musically, but they've stuck to the formula on their previous records for the most part.
That's not to say that this is a weak album. On the contrary, it's a very strong album full of mosh-worthy songs that fans can scream at the top of their lungs to. Like the old saying goes: if it's not broken, don't fix it!
The band recently announced plans to tour behind Immortalized in 2016. For more information about that, as well as their latest music and news, check out their Zumic artist page.