Download The Light - Disturbed - Immortalized (CD, Album)

Label: Reprise Records - 9362-49263-2 • Format: CD Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Nu Metal


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9 thoughts on “ The Light - Disturbed - Immortalized (CD, Album)

  1. After a four year hiatus, Grammy Award-nominated, multiplatinum hard rock titans Disturbed have announced their return with their sixth studio album, entitled Immortalized, to be released August 21 through Reprise Records and is available for pre-order everywhere/5(K).
  2. So it's technically only 3/4s a Disturbed album but whatever. Immortalized was a good title track but didn't have the umpf that Indestructible and Ten Thousand Fists did as songs. I love The Light and Vengeful One the best as songs though for the flow and the melodies and just /5(K).
  3. Aug 21,  · Editors’ Notes After a four-year hiatus, Disturbed announce their return in impressive fashion on Immortalized. The GRAMMY®-nominated metal outfit’s sixth studio album kicks off in earnest with a bruising, breakneck title cut that’s lifted by frontman David Draiman’s towering howl: “Let the beast inside now be woken.”Released on: August 21,
  4. "Immortalized" is a lot heavier than their earlier albums, and continues their social observations that started later on in the back catalogue. The songs are well chosen and work well together as an album. And of course there is their cover of "Sound of Silence", which works very well with the theme of the whole album. 2 people found this helpful/5(K).
  5. "Immortalized" is one of those albums (the last for me was Judas Priest's "Redeemer of Souls"). I think it's great for the songs and sound fans know define Disturbed, but I'm even more enamored of the more unusual tracks "Sound of Silence," "The Light," and the Deluxe CD bonus tracks, particularly "The Brave and the Bold."/5(K).
  6. The sixth studio long player from the Windy City-based outfit, Immortalized finds Disturbed bolting down the house they finished building on 's Asylum, offering up a track slab of vintage mid- to lates heavy rock piled high with bottom-heavy riffs, piston-like percussion, and big modern rock radio-ready choruses filled with randomly generated declarations of defiance.6/
  7. One of the best albums from Disturbed. After "The Sickness" I have found that apart from a few choice songs, their subsequent albums sound very similar. "Immortalized" is a lot heavier than their earlier albums, and continues their social observations that started later on in the back catalogue/5(1).
  8. " The Light " is a song by American heavy metal band Disturbed, from their sixth album Immortalized. It was released as a single on 5 October Upon its release, the song was noted by many critics for its uplifting lyrics, unusual within the band's discography.
  9. Immortalized is the sixth studio album by American heavy metal band Disturbed. The album was released on August 21, by Reprise Records, and is Disturbed's first studio album since Asylum (), marking the longest gap between two studio albums in their career. With 98, album-equivalent units in its first week, Immortalized is Disturbed's fifth consecutive number one debut on the United .

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