DISTURBED: Video Footage Of Vancouver Concert

Fan-filmed video footage of DISTURBED’s March 11 performance at the Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada can be seen below.

DISTURBED singer David Draiman told KBAD, a Sioux Falls, South Dakota radio station, that the band wrote its new album, “Immortalized”, together in the same place and will never write separately again. Draiman explained, “We hadn’t written together in the same room since the ‘Believe’ record cycle, so we’re talking 2001, 2002. So it was quite a long time. And we became very dependent on technology and sending soundwave files back and forth to one another.”

Draiman, who lives in Texas, said he reached out to guitarist Dan Donegan and told him he wanted to come and work with the band in Chicago instead of developing melodies and lyrics alone. Draiman added, “That’s the way every single writing session went for the duration of the writing of ‘Immortalized’. And we’re never going back.”

Donegan has said he enjoyed going back to writing together as a group. “It was nice to really get back to that, the old-school way of forgetting about the luxury of the technology and let’s be what a band is supposed to be,” he told The Pulse Of Radio. “Let’s get the idea out there, but let’s get together in person and let’s really vibe out these parts and bounce the creativity off each other in the moment.”

“Immortalized”, DISTURBED’s sixth studio album, was released last August and debuted at the top of The Billboard 200 chart. That made it DISTURBED’s fifth effort in a row to enter the chart at No. 1, a feat shared only with METALLICA and DAVE MATTHEWS BAND.

Asked by the radio station how long DISTURBED can keep going, Draiman replied, “Until we physically are no longer able to function. I look at THE ROLLING STONES and I still see them bring it every time they go out and play. Look, when you’re firing at all cylinders and the crowd’s with you, there is absolutely no substitute for that feeling. None.”

Source: Blabbermouth

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