Disturbed unfortunately had to postpone their show last January at Vector Arena due to the collapse of Australia’s Soundwave Festival. Tickets retained by fans for the postponed concert are valid for entry to the upcoming November concert on Friday 18th November. Fans who had their January concert tickets refunded will need to repurchase to gain entry.
After announcing a hiatus in 2011, multiplatinum, hard rock legends, Disturbed unleashed their sixth LP and first release in five years, Immortalized (out now through Warner). Amassing over 12 million record sales and counting, a Grammy nomination, and a multitude of accolades since their humble beginnings in 1994, Disturbed’s return is saturated in the fiery determination fans love them for. Immortalized demonstrates a contemporary shift in their sound since the hiatus, while staying true to their signature metal roots a true Disturbed album.
Disturbed’s latest single ‘The Sound Of Silence’ is currently sitting at #1 BIllboard’s Mainstream Rock Chart. The momentum behind Disturbed builds and builds, as fans and media keep true to the band.
‘Alt-metallers Disturbed are back and pushing the boundaries on album number six’ – Australian Guitar
‘Disturbed are back, and they’re on top form’ – Classic Rock Magazine
‘[Immortalized] hit the spot with the band’s legions of worshipers’
– Loud Wire
Live, Disturbed strengths lie in the incredible vocals of lead singer David Draiman, and skilful musicianship of Dan Donegan (guitar), Mike Wengren (drums) and John Moyer (bass). Fans are sure to be treated to new Disturbed tracks like ‘The Vengeful One’, ‘The Light’ and of course, ‘The Sound Of Silence’. Fans of their earlier material should also look forward to hearing old favourites lifted from The Sickness like ‘Down With The Sickness’ and Ten Thousand Fists smash hit ‘The Stricken’.
Currently touring Canada and North America, reviews of their live performances have been extremely positive.
‘An energetic and powerful performance by the entire band provided the fans with exactly what they had been waiting for’ – National Rock Review
A not-to-be missed the show from a reinvigorated band of four ready to take to the stage and show New Zealand what they’ve been missing. Not since 2011 have they graced our shores, and if their 2016 performances are anything to go by, these shows will take fans on the ride of their lives.