Poll: What’s the Best Disturbed Album? – Vote now

Disturbed released their first new song in four years last month, “Hey you” which probably means we’ll be getting a new album from the rockers soon. But which of their previous releases is the best? We want to hear from you this week Loudwire nights Album of the week poll.

You have until Friday at 12N ET to cast your votes. We then play the three tracks from the album with the most votes during the run Loudwire nights‘ Album of the week block to start the following Monday’s show!

Disturbed came in hard and heavy with their 2000 debut album the disease, which features some of their most legendary songs, including “Down With the Sickness”. Thanks to the popularity of its songs, combined with the timing – nu-metal was at the forefront of the heavy music world at this time – the record was a commercial success. Although it only peaked at No. 29 on the Billboard 200, it spent a total of 103 weeks on the chart, setting the band up for a string of extremely successful releases.

Their next five records, Believe (2002), Ten thousand fists (2005), Inexhaustible (2008), Asylum (2010) and Immortalized (2015) all went no. 1 and 2018 Development peaked at No. 4. So Disturbed haven’t released an album that hasn’t reached the Top 5 since their first.

We don’t know much about Disturbed’s collection of new songs yet outside of “Hey You” and the fact that David Draiman said it sounds like it belongs The disease and Ten thousand fists. But for now, they have plenty of solid releases to keep their fans entertained until the release date of #8 drops.

Head below to vote for your favorite Disturbed album, then listen in Loudwire nights next Monday at 19 ET to find out which record was in effect. During tonight’s show, you will find out which one Iron Maiden album was voted the best, and heard three songs from the winner.

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