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Disturbed is an American rock band formed in 1996 in Chicago. Originally classified as a nu metal band, the band is now regarded as alternative metal. Since its formation, Disturbed have sold over 10 million albums worldwide.
With three consecutive number 1 albums, Disturbed became one of the most successful rock bands in recent years. In its early days, the group was known as Brawl, whose lineup included guitarist Dan Donegan, drummer Mike Wengren, bassist Steve "Fuzz" Kmak, and vocalist Eric Awalt.Shortly after the recording of a demo tape, Eric Awalt discontinued his services with the band.
The band hired David Draiman as their lead vocalist in 1996 who re-named them as Disturbed. The band eventually became signed with Giant Records who issued their debut album, titled The Sickness.
The album launched the band into stardom. The record"s single "Down with the Sickness", was used in the film Dawn of the Dead (2004) as well as championed by radio station WXQR-FM (Rock 105) in North Carolina. It became very popular and was later used in many film soundtracks, and still is used a great deal to this day.
Shortly after the release of their debut album, Disturbed appeared with a revamped cover version of "Stone Cold" Steve Austin's theme music for WWE, titled "Glass Shatters".
Around this time, the band embarked on Ozzy Osbourne's Ozzfest tour alongside Black Sabbath, Marilyn Manson, Slipknot, Papa Roach, Linkin Park, Black Label Society, and Crazy Town.
Before joining Marilyn Manson's 2001 European tour, Disturbed's bassist Steve "Fuzz" Kmak was unable to play with the band due to a shattered ankle. A bass player named Marty O'Brian was hired and filled Kmak's spot until Kmak was able to play again.
On June 4, 2002, Disturbed released a documentary about the band. Titled M.O.L, it showed some of their more personal moments in the studio and during tours.
The documentary also featured a music video for a song that had never previously been on an album, "Perfect Insanity". That same year, the group came up with their second studio album titled Believe.
The record debuted at number 1 on the Billboard 200. It spawned singles like "Prayer", "Liberate" and "Remember" which grew fan-flowing. Despite this album had less aggressive songs than their debut album, it too received critical acclaim.
In early 2003, Steve Kmak was replaced by John Moyer, who is now the current bass player. The heavy metal band launched their third studio album called Ten Thousand Fists on September 20, 2005. Unlike predecessors, the album reached at number two on the Billboard 200 chart.
Ten Thousand Fists was the first album in which Disturbed's mascot "The Guy" appears full-bodied, and on the album cover. The band began to record their upcoming album, Indestructible. The album features two songs, "Perfect Insanity" and "Divide", that were written by Disturbed.
The heavy metal band"s fourth album Indestructible features significantly darker themes than any of their previous work. Indestructible was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America in July 2008, for shipping over 500,000.
Many of the lyrical themes were about relationships that didn't work out. To match the aggressive attitude, Draiman told the other band members to create darker, more textural music than they have before.
It was Disturbed's third consecutive number-one debut on the Billboard 200. With their album, proving hit after hit, the band members of Disturbed are truly enjoying themselves as a major heavy metal group.
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