As of today, Disturbed have released a brand new single that is part of their upcoming 2022 album.
The band’s new single is titled “Hey You.” Speaking to this new song, Disturbed singer and frontman David Draiman shares the following: “It’s a wake up call. We’ve become our own worst enemies. Civil discourse has become the exception instead of the norm. People have lost themselves in outrage addiction.”
While there are no other additional details regarding this new Disturbed record, we do know that the album will be out later this year.
You can check out the music video for “Hey You” below. The music video is directed by Josiahx.
What are your thoughts on this new Disturbed song? This upcoming record will be the band’s eighth studio album. Are you looking forward to a new Disturbed album? Later this year, the band will be celebrating the 20th anniversary of their sophomore release Believe. At the time of this writing, Disturbed have released the following records:
The Sickness (2000), Believe (2002), Ten Thousand Fists (2005), Indestructible (2008), Asylum (2010), Immortalized (2015) and Evolution (2018). Of these records, which one is your favorite?
In other band related news, Draiman recently praised a new guitar that his fellow bandmate Dan Donegan is rocking; said guitar features the wording “Fuck Cancel Culture” on it. Back in June, Motionless in White singer Chris Motionless talked about a letter he received from David Draiman and how said letter “blew his mind.” The band have some North American shows coming up as well – you can find Disturbed’s upcoming tour dates and locations associated with those shows below:
7/16 – Upheaval Festival – Grand Rapids, MI
7/17 – Inkcarceration Festival – Mansfield, OH
8/10 – Musikfest – Bethlehem, PA
8/19 – Iowa State Fair – Des Moines, IA
8/20 – Illinois State Fair – Springfield, IL
9/11 – Blue Ridge Rock Festival – Alton, VA
9/15 – OC Bikefest – Ocean City, MD
9/22 – 99.7 The Blitz’s Great Summer Smokeout – Columbus, OH
9/24 – 101.1 WRIF’s Riff Fest – Detroit, MI