After a four-year hiatus, Disturbed returned three years ago in impressive fashion. The metal outfit’s sixth studio album kicks off in earnest with a bruising, breakneck title cut that’s lifted by frontman David Draiman’s towering howl: «Let the beast inside now be woken. From there it’s an unforgettable sprint through scorching operatics (The Vengeful One), steamrolling grinds (Fire It Up), and a surprising cover of Simon & Garfunkel’s The Sound Of Silence that features warm, acoustic leads and a haunting string section.
In 1964, Simon & Garfunkle came with the classic song Sound Of Silence. Since then, many band have made cover versions of the song, and the band Disturbed have done the same on their 2015 record Immortalized. They did it with bravery, and Disturbed comes up with a version that I really enjoy. In addition the song become a massive hit that introduced Disturbed to new audiences.