The first date will take place in Chicago at the House of Blues on August 21, coinciding with the record’s release.
It remains uncertain what the boys will do next, but on March 11, 2016, David Draiman and co. will get the party started in Vancouver, live at the Commodore Ballroom.
From that point, the gang will spend a whole month on the roads of North America, visiting such major points as San Francisco, Seattle, New Orleans, San Diego, Houston, Grand Rapids, Philadelphia, and more.
The trek’s final date has been scheduled for April 10, 2016, in Memphis, TN, live at the New Daisy Theatre.
“Immortalized” will mark the group’s first studio effort in five years, a return from a four-year hiatus and a follow-up to 2010’s “Asylum.”
Disturbed Cheap/Discounted Tickets 2016
Disturbed Schedule 2016
|Mar 11||9:00PM||Vancouver (Canada)||Commodore Ballroom|
|Mar 12||8:30PM||Seattle (WA)||The Showbox|
|Mar 14||8:00PM||Portland (OR)||Roseland Theater|
|Mar 16||8:00PM||San Francisco (CA)||The Fillmore|
|Mar 17||8:00PM||Santa Ana (CA)||The Observatory|
|Mar 20||8:00PM||San Diego (CA)||House Of Blues|
|Mar 23||8:00PM||Dallas (TX)||House Of Blues|
|Mar 24||8:00PM||Houston (TX)||House Of Blues|
|Mar 25||7:00PM||New Orleans (LA)||House Of Blues|
|Mar 27||8:00PM||Birmingham (AL)||Iron City|
|Mar 29||8:00PM||North Myrtle Beach (SC)||House Of Blues|
|Mar 30||8:00PM||Richmond (VA)||The National|
|Apr 01||8:00PM||Baltimore (MD)||Baltimore Soundstage|
|Apr 02||8:00PM||Philadelphia (PA)||Theatre Of The Living Arts|
|Apr 04||7:00PM||New York (NY)||Irving Plaza|
|Apr 05||7:00PM||Niagara Falls (NY)||The Rapids Theatre|
|Apr 07||Time TBA||Detroit (MI)||The Shelter|
|Apr 08||7:00PM||Grand Rapids (MI)||Orbit Room|
|Apr 10||8:00PM||Memphis (TN)||New Daisy Theatre|
The journey of Disturbed began way back in 1994, as guitarist Dan Donegan and drummer Mike Wengren forged a pact that will strongly last in decades to come. They were soon joined by vocalist David Draiman, and the trek could finally begin.
After forging their craft for several years, the band was finally ready to make history. In March 2000, their debut album “Sickness” was the light of day, crushing the rock realm with such hit singles as “Down With the Sickness” and “Stupify.”
Although the album barely entered Top 30 upon release, it went on to sell over four million copies in the States alone. It established a major fan base for the band, turning each of their subsequent efforts into success.
After some relentless touring, Disturbed were ready to drop their sophomore album, “Believe,” in 2002. It went straight up to No. 1, marking the beginning of a very impressive trend for the band, as each of their subsequent three albums debuted at No. 1 in the US.
These include 2005’s “Ten Thousand Fists,” 2008’s “Indestructible,” and 2010’s “Asylum.”
The sound of Disturbed is typically characterized by heavy guitar riffs of alternative and early nu metal, sturdy drum lines, and Draiman’s dynamic, scat-driven vocals.
After relentlessly touring and delivering top-notch singles for over a decade, the band decided it was time to take a break. In 2011, they went on an indefinite hiatus, aiming to recharge and revitalize themselves.
It seemed like the gang might never return, but in 2015 not only did they announce comeback, but they dropped a brand new single, noting that a new album is only a month away.
Seemingly stronger than ever, Disturbed are gearing up for yet another massive round of touring. The new record is fetching positive remarks thus far, and the metal realm is heavily buzzing that the boys are back in town again.