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8 thoughts on “ Hell - Disturbed - Stricken (CD) ”

  1. Probably the most known Disturbed logo is the one featured on the cover of the album Believe, which was released by the American alternative metal band in Meaning and history Most of the album covers feature the band’s mascot called The Guy.
  2. Metal / Rock band from Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A. Years active: –, Before vocalist David Draiman joined Disturbed, they were known as "Brawl", a band whose lineup consisted of vocalist Erich Awalt with Donegan, Wengren and Kmak.
  3. Sep 20,  · Product Description After a triple-platinum debut and platinum follow-up, Disturbed fuses the brutality and darkness of 's The Sickness with the added melodic nature and complexity of 's Believe for album number three. Aggressive, relentless and intense-yet at the same time transcendent- Ten Thousand Fists is a rock sledgehammer/5().
  4. Rrwoooaaaw! Ahh, ahhh Burning, now I bring you hell Oh burning, now I bring you hell Leave me tonight Let the warning said, leave a shudder upon you Running from all that you've feared in your life Soul of the night Will a son mislead, paint a horror upon you Marking the moment, displaying in my Ghost of a life That I can't condone the way you left me Out in the open, to leave me to die So how.
  5. Disturbed is an American heavy metal band formed in (named Brawl at this time) from Chicago, Illinois. In singer Erich Awalt was replaced by David Draiman and the band.
  6. Jan 01,  · About “Hell” Appearing as the opening song and a single for The Lost Children, Hell was originally recorded and released in as a b-side for the Stricken single, and a bonus track for.
  7. "Stricken" is a song by the American heavy metal band Disturbed. The song was released on July 25, as the second single from their third studio album Ten Thousand Fists. "Stricken" was certified gold in the United States by the Recording Industry Association of America on August 18, for selling , copies.
  8. Aug 25,  · what album is the disturbed song "hell" from? i heard the song on youtube and the background picture was the Ten Thousand Fists album but i have that album and "hell.

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