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Disturbed Announces Tour to Celebrate the 20th Anniversary of 'The Sickness'

Ooh wah ah ah ah. Disturbed is honoring the 20th anniversary of their debut album, The Sickness , celebrating with a tour across North America. The band will be joined by Staind and Bad Wolves for the trek, kicking off on July 15 in Missouri. The Sickness was released on March 7, 2000 and launched...
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'Godmother of Drumming' Covers Disturbed, Says Don't Judge a Drummer by Their Looks

A woman dubbed the “Godmother of Drumming” is covering Disturbed and proving a point at the same time. Dorothea Taylor is the subject of a new thought-provoking and rocking video by the instructional site Drumeo. The clip begins with the middle-aged woman going through some scenarios she says have...
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Disturbed's David Draiman Wants to Sing the National Anthem at the Super Bowl

Say, could you see David Draiman of Disturbed singing the National Anthem at the Super Bowl? He could, and the band has gone as far as to start a write-in campaign for the vocalist to be a part of this year’s event in Miami. On the group’s Facebook and Twitter pages, they have asked fans to add the...
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I'm Listening: Disturbed on Fighting the Demon of Depression and Addiction

“By a show of hands, how many of you have dealt with the demons of addiction or depression or know of someone who has?” David Draiman asks the full arena. The lights raise to show a sea of arms stretch upward, powerfully proving how widespread the war is that the band sings about in "A Reason To...
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Disturbed's David Draiman Under Doctor's Advice to 'Rest and Limit Vocal Usage'

Disturbed was forced to cancel their Wednesday, July 24 performance after frontman David Draiman was faced with vocal issues. David Draiman is known for his incredibly powerful vocals. His booming voice rings throughout arenas, and has colored the band’s sound throughout their two decades together...
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New Blood: Art of Anarchy

Art of Anarchy features brothers Jon and Vince Votta, Jon Moyer (Disturbed), Bumblefoot (GnR) and until his untimely death in 2015 Scott Weiland of STP. Their first album with new singer Scott Stapp (Creed) "The Madness" came out just a couple weeks ago. Check out the song "The Madness" below and...
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Rock Blog: Pain in the Grass

The halls of KISW are buzzing with folks getting ready for the roll-out of Pain 2017. Promotions are being planned. Websites being built. The creative department is stoned in their offices wondering what all the commotion is about. While we put the finishing touches on everything Pain in the Grass...
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Rock Blog: 5 Great Things About 2016

Some people will tell you rock is dead. Others will tell you that the recording industry as we know it is dead. Truth be told neither is as strong as it was in the 70s, 80s or 90s, but at the same time, neither is dead - far from it. Here are five great albums from 2016, proving rock is alive and...
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Pain in the Grass 2016

Photos from this year's single-day, star-studded rock festival at White River Amphitheatre on Sunday, August 21, 2016. Photos Courtesy of Matt Hayward, Iron Mike Savoia, & Stephanie Savoia
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Rock Blog: 6 Songs We Wanna Hear At Pain In The Grass

Obviously there will be WAY more than 6 songs played at Pain In The Grass , with 15 bands performing on 2 stages. However, there are a few songs that I pray to the gods of rock we'll be hearing on Sunday August 21st! 1. Disturbed - 'Stupify': For me personally, this is where the love affair with...
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