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Disturbed Continue Evolution With New Song ‘Are You Ready’

by Paul Cashmere on August 18, 2018

in News

Disturbed have downed tools on their next album. ‘Evolution’ will be the eighth Disturbed album. The first taste is the song ‘Are You Ready’.

‘Evolution’ follows up ‘Immortalized’ from 2015. The album will feature the return of bass player John Moyer who was absent from the last album.

“It is with tremendous pride, joy, and anticipation that we look forward to sharing the next chapter in the creative life of Disturbed with the world,” the band said in a statement. “This record is truly unique, and very special to us, and we can only hope that upon listening to it, that the world will feel the same. The record showcases the most adventurous and eclectic combination of musical styles and moods that we’ve ever attempted in our careers. Each song truly has its own identity, feel, and power. The writing and recording sessions that fostered this album were truly an emotional and magical experience for us, creating without boundaries or limitations, and simply going where each day’s musical inspiration led us. Influenced by some of the great classic rock records of our youth, it is an experience unlike anything we’ve previously created. Its time is drawing near for the world to finally hear what is undoubtedly the most daring record of our lives. ‘Evolution’ is coming. Are you ready?”

‘Evolution’ will feature a live version of the ‘Immortalized’ cover ‘The Sound of Silence’ featuring Myles Kennedy.

Evolution track listing

Standard edition:
1. Are You Ready
2. No More
3. A Reason to Fight
4. In Another Time
5. Stronger On Your Own
6. Hold On To Memories
7. Savior of Nothing
8. Watch You Burn
9. The Best Ones Lie
10. Already Gone

Deluxe edition features the additional tracks:
11. The Sound of Silence [Live] (Featuring Myles Kennedy)
12. This Venom
13. Are You Ready (Sam de Jong Remix)
14. Uninvited Guest

Songwriting details have not been released at this point so we are unsure if the ‘Already Gone’ is a cover of the Eagles song. Disturbed has a history of adding a cover to every album (with the exception of their second album ‘Believe’ in 2002.

Disturbed covers

The Sickness (200) – ‘Shout 2000’ by Tears for Fears
Believe (2002) – no covers
Ten Thousand Fists (2005) – ‘Land of Confusion’ by Genesis
Indestructible (2008) – ‘Midlife Crisis’ by Faith No More
Asylum (2010) – ‘I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For’ by U2
Immortalized (2015) – ‘The Sound of Silence’ by Simon & Garfunkel

‘Evolution’ will be released on October 19, 2018.

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