Even probably the most informal of rock followers know Disturbed, because of their 2000 hit “Down With The Illness” from their debut album, The Illness. The observe outlined an period with its throat-clearing growls and distinctly nu-metal riffs. However just lately, guitarist Dan Donegan mirrored on what track he would suggest to folks trying to get into the band for the primary time, and he had a really attention-grabbing selection.
Collaborating in Revolver‘s “Level of Entry” collection, Donegan prompt that “The Gentle” off of Disturbed‘s 2015 LP, Immoratlized, as a terrific place to begin for newbies.
“We have gone down completely different paths in recent times with acoustic stuff and ‘The Sound of Silence’ [cover] and a pair ballads, after which you have got the old-school sounds,” mentioned Donegan. “So, it may not paint the complete image of who we’re, however I feel a powerful track for me that I really like to point out folks and I feel is likely to be a terrific introduction is ‘The Gentle,’ which we did on the Immortalized album.”
Donegan continued by saying, “I simply adore it lyrically and vibe-wise, and simply its message — the [chorus], ‘Typically darkness can present you the sunshine.’ I feel it is simply such a robust lyric as a result of irrespective of who you’re, we have all gone via exhausting occasions and darkish occasions. I like that we all the time do our greatest to attempt to unfold some positivity, for probably the most half, and ship that constructive message to provide folks hope, to attempt to discover energy and power to get via these robust occasions.”
“The Gentle” reached Prime 20 standing on each Billboard’s rock and various charts, and has remained a staple of their stay reveals. Disturbed has introduced their new file Divisive for launch on November 18 and the band is now streaming the brand new single “Unstoppable.” Test it out right this moment!
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