DISTURBED CROWD LUCITE KEYCHAIN
CROWD - CRYSTAL CLEAR LUCITE KEYCHAIN WITH STURDY CHROME RING
Originally known as Brawl, Disturbed took on their now popular identity with the addition of lead vocalist David Draiman, who responded to an advertisement in a local music publication.
The Chicago, Illinois based Heavy Metal ensemble entered the fray with their incredibly successful 2000 debut The Sickness, whose well-received lead single “Stupify” helped move over 4 million copies of the album.
Along with receiving regular airplay from radio stations nationwide, “Down with the Sickness” was prominently featured in Zack Snyder’s remake of the cult zombie classic Dawn of the Dead.
Disturbed continued their dominance of radio airwaves by releasing three consecutive chart-topping albums in Believe, Ten Thousand Fists, and Indestructible.
Influenced by: Pantera, Metallica, Queensryche, Soundgarden