New album 'Evolution' out now. Disturbed have announced they’ve had to move their planned tour celebrating the 20th anniversary of The Sickness to next year.. The Sickness is the debut studio album by American heavy metal band Disturbed, released on March 7, 2000. Top music videos from Disturbed including Are You Ready, The Sound of Silence, Down With The Sickness, Stricken, Indestructible, The Vengeful One and more! Their ideas are overwhelming and the songs are so perfect, that I can't explain how a human and not a god could have written them. VIP Experience Packages are limited and become available during the fan pre-sale on Tuesday, January 28 at 10am local time HERE and during the general on-sale on Friday, January 31 at 10am local HERE (except for Rogers, AR, which will be at noon local HERE ).

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A Chicago metal quartet, Disturbed has been driving fans in the Midwest wild with their frenetic, theatrical live show.

The Sickness is Disturbed's debut album. On their debut album, The Sickness, the band combines an over-the-top metal groove appealing to the underground with radio-friendly melodic hooks that grab hold of mainstream rock fans. Complete your Disturbed collection. https://disturbed.lnk.to/evolution View wiki Disturbed is offering VIP Experience Packages for all dates on The Sickness 20th Anniversary Tour in North America this summer. Unlike their later albums, which are mixed in style, The Sickness consists primarily of heavier, more aggressive tracks. With over 4 million (according to Nielsen Soundscan) copies sold, it is the band's most successful album. It was recorded in the winter of 1999 and released on March 7, 2000. This band is one of the most (if not even THE most) talented band that exists. While the world worries about one kind of sickness, you'll have to wait another year to get down with Disturbed's The Sickness. The Sickness is the debut Album of Disturbed. The band were due to play across North America from July through September to mark their debut album’s milestone, but due to lack of clarity surrounding the guidelines for mass gatherings amid the coronavirus pandemic, Disturbed will now play the shows next summer.