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What can be expected from a band called “Disturbed” is open to interpretation. No matter what you make of the name, there’s no denying that the band and its eccentric singer David Draiman stand for one thing: raw and energetic songs and live shows. After a hiatus, the Americans are returning to Switzerland after five long years. Back in 1996, Disturbed was founded in Chicago. The guitarist, drummer and bass player struggled to find a perfect lead singer but got lucky when Draiman appeared on the scene. He impressed his future band members with his multi-faceted voice and charismatic personality that energised the band from the get go. Right after the release of their debut album “The Sickness” in March 2000, the band hit the road for the first time. The word of this disturbed band soon spread throughout the States and Europe. Their success was further fuelled by four studio albums, successful tours and a fast-growing fan base with an appreciation for the band’s increasingly melodic tunes with a healthy and hard soul. 2011 marked the beginning of a long absence during which time Disturbed pretty much disappeared off the face of the earth. In August 2015, a comeback ensued with the new album “Immortalized” and a tour to go with it .
Wednesday, 8 June 2016, 8pm, Komplex 457 Zurich