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Customer Reviews

Some new favorites

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Gmustain
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2022-11-18
Classic disturbed, keep rocking boys

Awesome!

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spytur
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2022-11-18
They're finally back!

There’re back!

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gaia23
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2022-11-18
My favorite band of all time is back. And sound magnificent. Hope they come to NoLa.

Absolutely awesome

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JDKIEKLO
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2022-11-18
Gets better and better!

🫠

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DrXtreme
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2022-11-18
every song sounds the same and apparently David doesn’t like Donald Trump. 🤣 go figure. Just sad really.

Not long enough, I want more

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buffyrulz89
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2022-11-18
I have been a long time fan of Disturbed. Not exactly my full taste of preferred music but love this band. After the last album I was skeptical of the future of this music. Horrible overall, missed direction, they had a solid recipe that they strayed from. I gave this album a chance and I was not disappointed. Overall this album would be a 4 from their previous work, early work, but considering their last album, this is a clear 5. The overall recipe is back, in very fine form. Such a short album, but back in fine tune.

Wow 👊🤘

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ALLTHINGSDISTURBED
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2022-11-18
Probably their best yet!

Celebration

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Sheets803
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2022-11-18
You guys nailed this album! What a delivery of such amazing talent again. “Don’t Tell Me” is 🔥

Oh, no.

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Billy7915
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2022-11-17
This album, it’s a big disappointment. I’ve been a fan since the beginning, but it seems like the music is overproduced and drowns out David voice.

Best Album so far

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Decanter123
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2022-11-17
Disturbed this your best album let and it’s my fav album every song is so great you guys are so awesome.

The dark messiah has returned!

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7Kev7in7
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2022-11-16
November is going to be a blessed month for me! My birthday is also on this month!

Heard an Advance Copy -- Best Distrubed Album since Asylum

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FriscoTX2010
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2022-11-13
They're back to their fully aggressive sound. I actually liked Evolution but it was pretty polarizing with so many slower tunes. Divisive is aggressive all the way through with only one semi-ballad which is just as kller a track as the rest. The opener Hey You is already getting lots of airplay, and it's a typically great Distrubed album opener. Bad Man follows, and what it lacks in melody it gains in catchiness (you'll be singing "Bad Man, a ****ing Mad Man" in your head for hours after you hear it. Divisive is a killer track dealing with the current division and polarization in our society. Love to Hate is pretty self-explanatory, great tune. Feeding the Fire keeps the heaviness up with a slightly slower tempo about building the energy to defeat your demons. Next is Don't Tell Me which is the one semi-ballad on the album (don't get the wrong idea -- it's still quite heavy) and features arguably the best female hard rock singer ever, Ann Wilson. I'm predicting this will be a big single, similar to Sound of Silence albeit much heavier. Wilson only gets one verse and some harmonizing, but what we get is great, especially when the last note of her verse explodes into the heaviest part of the song. She's somewhat underused, but what we get leaves you wanting more. Take Back Your Life has more great riffing and is a song of personal empowerment. Part of Me is one of my favorites on the album, fast tempo that is a musical alternative to taking a double dose of adderall. Won't Back Down is a great closer, great riffing and it's just melodic enough to make you want to keep starting it over when you arrive at it's very (very!) sudden finish.
I'm not a Distrubed shill by any stretch; there are Distrubed albums I can take or leave, (post Asylum mainly), but I can say without hesitation this is their best collection since that 2010 album. No band this far along in their career will ever repeat the highs of their debut, and a lot of Disturbed material can be somewhat derivative. But this album manages to sound fresh, keeps the preachiness to a minimum, and has great continuity from start to finish. There isn't a Down With the Sickness on it nor does it need one. It's got enough hooks of it's own, and the Ann Wilson collaboration is a crown jewel among an album full of them.

Great

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SamDe1971
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2022-11-11
So far so good

OK so far…

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jbtenor1
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2022-11-08
Being a musician and vocalist, I understand having a sweet spot for your voice. However, it begins to feel like everything sounds the same when the first three songs available so far are all in the same key. I love Disturbed, but will we get more variety when they release the remaining tracks?

Wow!

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Do More Deadlifts
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2022-11-07
I don’t know what I was expecting. I’m Stupified.

Very good! some of their best work yet!!!

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User:193456
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2022-10-30
I have been a disturbed fan since the very beginning. I have always enjoyed the unique flavor disturbed brings to the table,
David’s deep lyrical content never fails to bring a strong emotional feeling that seems to match every crushing musical note.
Really looking forward to the full release!
If I could make a suggestion about the mix, I think the songs would benefit from a more defined kick drum impact, louder vocals, and guitar. Also if the guitar could be down tuned lower and with a little more “crunch” without that nasty string slap you hear from so many other down-tuned recordings.
In summary very good composition and song writing. Don’t try to force the album out, take your time. Good things are worth waiting for. 🤘🤘🤘

Boring and Generic. Nothing new.

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BigIslandboy_808
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2022-10-30
It's kinda sad to realize bands had years to come up with the best material and then they dish this? Covid or not you had ALL the time in the world. I'm sorry this is generic and boring and to be honest not good at all. When you make statements like it will be like your previous work like "Ten Thousand Fists" and "The Sickness" and then it doesn't even come close to ANY of those two albums you look like fools. This album was intended ONLY for radio play and let me tell you if you review your past three first albums I'm sure making radio play and hits was the LAST thing you were thinking. You got bought out and sold out. Too bad.

SanchoRedWing619

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coolstuffdownwith619
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2022-10-30
Powerful Strong lyrics great rhythm classic disturbed music keep on rockin can’t wait for the rest of the album.

The cover

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J's thoughts
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2022-10-17
With a cover art like that this is gonna be fire
Finally they are back …. Bring it

Chicago Boyz are back

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Taylorbrotherhood
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2022-10-12
Hopefully 🙏 we get a better and harder album instead of soft music 🎶 please don’t slip up David

What took you so long?!!

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Arizona man89
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2022-10-05
I’ve been a fan for years why did you make me wait?! 😍😍😍😍😍🤘🤘

Very generic

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RedRanger1987
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2022-09-30
This just feels like very generic, radio friendly rock. I really liked the last album, when they changed it up quite a bit. This is a huge let down.

Yesss

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Farmer bry
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2022-09-30
They are back better than ever 🔥🔥🔥

So excited

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club_goer74
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2022-09-27
Need some my group back. All these other bands are pretenders. HRA!!!!

Rise Disturbed Ones

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Blackcross
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2022-09-26
With good music becoming few and far between, nothing like new Disturbed to wake us up. Played live for us after a long thunderstorm delay, they stuck around and jammed out for us that got rained on for hours. Thanks Dave. We all are…..

:)

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In_flames_619
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2022-09-26
Already better then evolution !
First 2 songs r killer

2 songs at the moment

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somewhat mariah fan
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2022-09-24
And they both sound good looking forward to the rest of the album and getting my physical copy 👍

FINNNNNNALLY!

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jddjjdjdjdjdjdjddjjdjdjjdjd
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2022-09-24
I’ve been checking ITunes for months now. It’s here! (Kinda here in November, but still)

Finally

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oldred81
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2022-09-23
I know it’s only two songs so far but….
They’re finally getting back to heavier music I’m really looking forward to listening to the whole album🤘🏻