Rock icons join forces for a mosh-friendly tour on the heels of two 2015 albums—Disturbed’s Immortalized and a Rob Zombie concert album
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Their sound: “Arena rock” according to lead singer David Draiman, who counts Black Sabbath, Iron Maiden, and Metallica among the band’s inspirations
Accolades: a Grammy nomination, two Loudwire Music awards, and five consecutive No. 1 albums—a feat Disturbed shares only with Metallica and Dave Matthews Band
Immortalized: 2015’s chart-topping resurgence after a four-year hiatus for the band. According to guitarist Dan Donegan, ““We wanted to return when we collectively had that fire underneath us. We missed it so much that we could tap into this energy and deliver the right album. We did it on our own terms.”
What to expect: A mix of fist-pumping scorchers ranging from classics like “Liberate” and “Down with the Sickness” to the band’s latest bombastic single, “The Vengeful One”—but they might also surprise you with a cover of Simon & Garfunkel’s “The Sound of Silence”
How you first met him: as the lead singer of White Zombie, which unleashed bizzarro, horror-themed industrial metal with iconic artwork from 1985 to 1998
Since then: He’s sold more than 15 million albums worldwide with White Zombie and his solo work. He’s also become an accomplished director of horror films such as the Halloween remake and The Devil’s Rejects, plus the upcoming 31.
Why he can’t quit the stage: Rob Zombie’s heart belongs to rocking and shocking his loyal fans with dependably theatrical, overtly shocking live performances
His next album: The Electric Warlock Acid Witch Satanic Orgy Celebration Dispenser drops April 29th