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Each song starts out with a sick bass beat or a guitar riff that will have you begging for them to stop. David Draiman said the first song, "Hell," is about a person that comes in and out of your life and every time they come back they mess it up even more than the last time. A lot of these songs can be found on various compilation discs but Disturbed have gathered them here all together. Probably the easiest way for me to describe "Asylum" to you is to tell you a little story: I was in my car on the way home from a wild weekend in Laughlin, NV with my son Spudbeast, who also reviews on this website and his buddy Travis, who's a metal guitarist. We were going through a ton of metal CDs on the way home, including the new Iron Maiden, some old Motorhead, some Megadeth and then, the new Disturbed. As the album began, Travis sat up he had been almost asleep in the backseat and asked: "Who is this?
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Releasing debut The Sickness in , in the midst of nu-metal catching fire in the mainstream, Disturbed took over US radio stations and UK rock clubs. With his distinctive chin piercing and hard stare, fearless leader David Draiman was a larger-than-life presence who ignored detractors that saw him as a boneheaded assault on metal. Maintaining their popularity by including more hard rock elements and solos in their music, Disturbed went on hiatus in , before returning with sixth album Immortalized last year. Here are their greatest moments. Rolling along with the steady pace of a military march, and with lyrics referencing God and the end of the world, The Vengeful One contains all the elements of a classic Disturbed single.