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Divisive

Disturbed

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Disturbed is the archetypal American band, always destined to blow up expectations. They’ve propelled five albums to the top of the American charts and had a good fifteen hits do well in the singles sales. At the dawn of their 13th anniversary, the band are releasing an eighth album that is predictable yet terribly effective. Everything that makes Disturbed who they are is on this album (save for some of their more recent debauchery). Powerful, groovy, mainstream metal with catchy choruses and headbanging riffs… What more could you ask for?


The opening tracks are undeniably catchy. ‘Hey You’, ‘Bad Man’ and ‘Divisive’ find the perfect balance between big guitars and an imposing groove, and the sound is enhanced with vocals that aren’t afraid to play into the iconic sounds (such as the “oo-ah, ah, ah”) from the band’s first hits. It’s as if Disturbed want to please their original fans, who were cruelly disappointed by the lackadaisical Evolution released in 2018. They return to their roots here with an album that’s as inspired by neo-metal as it is by the stadium guitars of the 90s. This might seem like an easy option for the band, but it works all the same! Apart from a ballad with Ann Wilson from Heart (‘Don’t Tell Me’, with its dreamy solo and melancholic chorus), the band deliver heavy, moving stuff. Perhaps they repeat themselves a little too often, but they never miss the mark. Have they taken any real risks? Absolutely not. But you don’t go to see a Hollywood blockbuster for the well-devised screenplay; you go to be blown away. A good Disturbed album like Divisive is much the same, and it’ll get you dancing with disconcerting ease. © Chief Brody/Qobuz

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1
Hey You Explicit
00:04:28

Dan Donegan, Guitar, Piano, Background Vocals, Bass, Synthesizer - David Draiman, Lead Vocals, Background Vocals - Disturbed, Writer, MainArtist - Mike Wengren, Drums, Percussion, Background Vocals - Ted Jensen, Masterer - John Moyer, Bass - WZRD BLD, Producer, Mixer, RecordingEngineer - Jeff Dunne, Mixer - Trent Woodman, Assistant Mixer, AssistantEngineer

© 2022 Reprise Records ℗ 2022 Reprise Records

2
Bad Man Explicit
00:03:22

Dan Donegan, Guitar, Piano, Background Vocals, Bass, Synthesizer - David Draiman, Lead Vocals, Background Vocals - Disturbed, Writer, MainArtist - Mike Wengren, Drums, Percussion, Background Vocals - Ted Jensen, Masterer - John Moyer, Bass - Drew Fulk, Writer - WZRD BLD, Producer, Mixer, RecordingEngineer - Jeff Dunne, Mixer - Trent Woodman, Assistant Mixer, AssistantEngineer

© 2022 Reprise Records ℗ 2022 Reprise Records

3
Divisive Explicit
00:03:58

Dan Donegan, Guitar, Piano, Background Vocals, Bass, Synthesizer - David Draiman, Lead Vocals, Background Vocals - Disturbed, Writer, MainArtist - Mike Wengren, Drums, Percussion, Background Vocals - Ted Jensen, Masterer - John Moyer, Bass - WZRD BLD, Producer, Mixer, RecordingEngineer - Jeff Dunne, Mixer - Trent Woodman, Assistant Mixer, AssistantEngineer

© 2022 Reprise Records ℗ 2022 Reprise Records

4
Unstoppable
00:03:58

Dan Donegan, Guitar, Piano, Background Vocals, Bass, Synthesizer - David Draiman, Lead Vocals, Background Vocals - Disturbed, Writer, MainArtist - Mike Wengren, Drums, Percussion, Background Vocals - Ted Jensen, Masterer - John Moyer, Bass - WZRD BLD, Producer, Mixer, RecordingEngineer - Jeff Dunne, Mixer - Trent Woodman, Assistant Mixer, AssistantEngineer

© 2022 Reprise Records ℗ 2022 Reprise Records

5
Love to Hate
00:03:36

Dan Donegan, Guitar, Piano, Background Vocals, Bass, Synthesizer - David Draiman, Lead Vocals, Background Vocals - Disturbed, Writer, MainArtist - Mike Wengren, Drums, Percussion, Background Vocals - Ted Jensen, Masterer - John Moyer, Bass - WZRD BLD, Producer, Mixer, RecordingEngineer - Jeff Dunne, Mixer - Trent Woodman, Assistant Mixer, AssistantEngineer

© 2022 Reprise Records ℗ 2022 Reprise Records

6
Feeding the Fire
00:04:19

Dan Donegan, Guitar, Piano, Background Vocals, Bass, Synthesizer - David Draiman, Lead Vocals, Background Vocals - Disturbed, Writer, MainArtist - Mike Wengren, Drums, Percussion, Background Vocals - Ted Jensen, Masterer - John Moyer, Bass - Drew Fulk, Writer - WZRD BLD, Producer, Mixer, RecordingEngineer - Jeff Dunne, Mixer - Trent Woodman, Assistant Mixer, AssistantEngineer

© 2022 Reprise Records ℗ 2022 Reprise Records

7
Don't Tell Me (feat. Ann Wilson)
00:04:31

Dan Donegan, Guitar, Piano, Background Vocals, Bass, Synthesizer - David Draiman, Lead Vocals, Background Vocals - Disturbed, Writer, MainArtist - Mike Wengren, Drums, Percussion, Background Vocals - Ted Jensen, Masterer - John Moyer, Bass - Paul Murphy, AdditionalEngineer - Ann Wilson, Vocals, FeaturedArtist - Drew Fulk, Writer - WZRD BLD, Producer, Mixer, RecordingEngineer - Jeff Dunne, Mixer - Trent Woodman, Assistant Mixer, AssistantEngineer - Jace Mann, AdditionalEngineer

© 2022 Reprise Records ℗ 2022 Reprise Records

8
Take Back Your Life
00:02:58

Dan Donegan, Guitar, Piano, Background Vocals, Bass, Synthesizer - David Draiman, Lead Vocals, Background Vocals - Disturbed, Writer, MainArtist - Mike Wengren, Drums, Percussion, Background Vocals - Ted Jensen, Masterer - John Moyer, Bass - Drew Fulk, Writer - WZRD BLD, Producer, Mixer, RecordingEngineer - Jeff Dunne, Mixer - Trent Woodman, Assistant Mixer, AssistantEngineer

© 2022 Reprise Records ℗ 2022 Reprise Records

9
Part of Me
00:03:53

Dan Donegan, Guitar, Piano, Background Vocals, Bass, Synthesizer - David Draiman, Lead Vocals, Background Vocals - Disturbed, Writer, MainArtist - Mike Wengren, Drums, Percussion, Background Vocals - Ted Jensen, Masterer - John Moyer, Bass - WZRD BLD, Producer, Mixer, RecordingEngineer - Jeff Dunne, Mixer - Trent Woodman, Assistant Mixer, AssistantEngineer

© 2022 Reprise Records ℗ 2022 Reprise Records

10
Won't Back Down
00:02:52

Dan Donegan, Guitar, Piano, Background Vocals, Bass, Synthesizer - David Draiman, Lead Vocals, Background Vocals - Disturbed, Writer, MainArtist - Mike Wengren, Drums, Percussion, Background Vocals - Ted Jensen, Masterer - John Moyer, Bass - WZRD BLD, Producer, Mixer, RecordingEngineer - Jeff Dunne, Mixer - Trent Woodman, Assistant Mixer, AssistantEngineer

© 2022 Reprise Records ℗ 2022 Reprise Records

Album Description

Disturbed is the archetypal American band, always destined to blow up expectations. They’ve propelled five albums to the top of the American charts and had a good fifteen hits do well in the singles sales. At the dawn of their 13th anniversary, the band are releasing an eighth album that is predictable yet terribly effective. Everything that makes Disturbed who they are is on this album (save for some of their more recent debauchery). Powerful, groovy, mainstream metal with catchy choruses and headbanging riffs… What more could you ask for?


The opening tracks are undeniably catchy. ‘Hey You’, ‘Bad Man’ and ‘Divisive’ find the perfect balance between big guitars and an imposing groove, and the sound is enhanced with vocals that aren’t afraid to play into the iconic sounds (such as the “oo-ah, ah, ah”) from the band’s first hits. It’s as if Disturbed want to please their original fans, who were cruelly disappointed by the lackadaisical Evolution released in 2018. They return to their roots here with an album that’s as inspired by neo-metal as it is by the stadium guitars of the 90s. This might seem like an easy option for the band, but it works all the same! Apart from a ballad with Ann Wilson from Heart (‘Don’t Tell Me’, with its dreamy solo and melancholic chorus), the band deliver heavy, moving stuff. Perhaps they repeat themselves a little too often, but they never miss the mark. Have they taken any real risks? Absolutely not. But you don’t go to see a Hollywood blockbuster for the well-devised screenplay; you go to be blown away. A good Disturbed album like Divisive is much the same, and it’ll get you dancing with disconcerting ease. © Chief Brody/Qobuz

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