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Disturbed Will 'Give 110 Percent' In Musical March Madness Competition

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  • Disturbed Will 'Give 110 Percent' In Musical March Madness Competition

    When MTV tipped off our Musical March Madness tournament three weeks ago, 64 bands stood on the precipice of greatness ... though, to be honest, one of them seemed to face a tougher challenge than all the rest. Chicago shredders Disturbed, who were stuck with a #9 seed, were pitted against the heavily favored Dave Matthews Band in the opening round and basically left for dead.

    But Disturbed refused to die. They knocked off DMB in convincing fashion, then, in one of the tournament's most eye-opening victories, ripped #1 seed Foo Fighters to reach the Sweet 16. That win served notice to the rest of the MMM bands that Disturbed were a force to be reckoned with, and they backed up that newfound clout with a thorough throttling of Patrick Stump to reach the Elite 8.

    And though their tournament run has surprised many, no one has been as shocked as Disturbed frontman David Draiman, who, upon learning his band was pitted against the Foos in round two, basically started packing his bags. Read David's interview with MTV News HERE.


    Posted 2011-03-31 13:20
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on March 31, 2011

When MTV tipped off our Musical March Madness tournament three weeks ago, 64 bands stood on the precipice of greatness ... though, to be honest, one of them seemed to face a tougher challenge than all the rest. Chicago shredders Disturbed, who were stuck with a #9 seed, were pitted against the heavily favored Dave Matthews Band in the opening round and basically left for dead.

But Disturbed refused to die. They knocked off DMB in convincing fashion, then, in one of the tournament's most eye-opening victories, ripped #1 seed Foo Fighters to reach the Sweet 16. That win served notice to the rest of the MMM bands that Disturbed were a force to be reckoned with, and they backed up that newfound clout with a thorough throttling of Patrick Stump to reach the Elite 8.

And though their tournament run has surprised many, no one has been as shocked as Disturbed frontman David Draiman, who, upon learning his band was pitted against the Foos in round two, basically started packing his bags. Read David's interview with MTV News HERE.


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brandialex28's picture

Better not go away quietly!! Disturbed deserved to win, errrr

WickedKnightAlbel's picture

We don't need that much here, just a little more to pull through. GO DISTURBED!!!

sickduck's picture

you can vote every hour at least. right now it is tied 50/50 so go make sure our band kicks that other bands asses.

william morey's picture

DISTURBED THE BEST TODAY!!!!!GREAT SHOW WAS GREAT EVERYONE kick ass

william morey's picture

my brother and sister my blood speak to me!!!!!!!!!!!!we all are disturbed!!we will win