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Disturbed Won’t Put Out ‘Traditional Full-Length’ Album

LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY - SEPTEMBER 29: David Draiman of the band Disturbed performs during the 2019 Louder Than Life Music Festival at Highland Festival Grounds at Kentucky Expo Center on September 29, 2019 in Louisville, Kentucky. (Photo by Stephen J. Cohen/Getty Images)

Disturbed’s David Draiman says they’ve been pumping out songs all over the place.

He told Lou Brutus of HardDrive Radio, between a couple of shows recently they cranked out six new songs.

Draiman described them as “meat-and-potatoes” Disturbed, somewhere between “The Sickness” and “Ten Thousand Fists” as far as “vibe.

He added, “We’re guns blazing right now.”

Asked if Disturbed has already decided on a producer and studio for upcoming sessions, Draiman said, “The way I see it happening is we’re probably not going to put out something in the traditional full-length; we’re probably gonna be doing two separate releases.”

Do you think “traditional full-length” albums are going away? Is people’s consumption of music very single-driven? Would you miss full albums?



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