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  • GETTING "DOWN UNDER" WITH THE SICKNESS: MAAW TAKES OVER AUSTRALIA!

    Well, it's been quite an adventure over the past couple weeks. We started out in Perth, Australia on August 28th and wrapped up in Christchurch, New Zealand on September 12th. Now it's time to fill you in on all that happened in between...




    After the incredibly long journey to get to Australia, the band was ready to blow open the gates and throw down in Perth. The fans at Challenge Stadium were more than happy to oblige and matched the band's intensity throughout the set. They even sang along to every word during the brand new songs that debuted on this tour, "The Night" and "Haunted". We were all very impressed with the fan reaction in Perth and used that show as the bar to measure every other show Down Under.




    We did find it a little odd that for our second straight tour of Australia, we seemed to bring the rain and end a long drought. We're beginning to think the Aussie Gov't should be paying us to visit more often since we're helping them so much. The weather didn't dampen our spirits though as we moved on from Perth to enjoy a day off at the world famous Penfold's Winery in Adelaide. The pictures below really don't do the place justice, it was gorgeous. We had an amazing time and it was definitely fun trying to contain the now-buzzed Mikey from "breaking shit" in such a stuffy, fine-dining establishment. I think Mike was really just having a hard time coping with the strange 1/2 hour time zone change that only exists in Adelaide. Check out the video clip in the "Media" section to see what I'm talking about.




    Once we got to Brisbane, the lineup was complete. We were without P.O.D. for the first couple of shows, so it was great to finally all be together, especially with Alterbridge killing it every night as well. The vibe on the tour was a lot of fun between the bands and things got a little crazy when we got together. On the night off before the Brisbane show, I joined the band for a feast at a well known steakhouse called "Cha Cha Char". After a few rounds of drinks, our steaks came and we were presented with THE HOTTEST ENGLISH MUSTARD EVER! Everyone but John Moyer seemed to go into shock with how spicy this stuff was. John was smart about it though. He waited until the drinks were flowing and the bets began. Eventually, he was bet big money by the rest of the band that he couldn't eat a whole tablespoon of the stuff without taking a sip of water for 3 minutes. From that point it was on. John even got cocky and did 2 MORE TABLESPOONS FOR "FREE"!!!




    The next day, we got to walk around and explore downtown Brisbane and the Botanical Gardens before heading to the venue for the show. David joked at one point that he was getting inspired for new animal noises for the next record when we were walking around listening to all the crazy squawking sounds coming from the trees and bushes. The band was constantly getting recognized by fans while we were sitting down for lunch and visiting a local CD store, as you can see from some of the pics.




    The Brisbane show was definitely one of the wildest of the tour, especially once David got the crowd riled up with the "AUSSIE! AUSSIE! AUSSIE!, OY! OY! OY!" chants. And of course the guys continued to be impressed with how well everyone seemed to know the words to all the newer songs. There was one fan in particular that stood out and made us feel really welcome. You can see him and his Australian flag below. The guy even wound up coming to the Sydney show the next night and was in the same spot, front-and-center. When I noticed him and his flag again, I stole it away and brought it backstage so the band could sign it. See what happens when you get original and make cool tour swag of your own? He wound up with the best piece of Disturbed memorabilia from the whole tour!




    After we finished in Brisbane we headed out the next morning for a whirlwind trip to Sydney. It was a long day, filled with tons of press, including interviews for MTV & Channel V, as well as several radio stations & magazines. The show was especially brutal that night too. I'm not sure what they put in your water down there in Sydney, but the crowd was raging and the pit was a non-stop circus for the entire set! During "The Game", a fan even managed to get up on stage to stage dive, which really pissed off our road manager, Jason. He wrestled the sweaty bastard to the ground and was about to escort the guy out, but he wasn't able to hold on long enough and the guy escaped into the crowd, leaving Jason holding nothing but his shirt. Of course, the band got a big laugh out of this at the encore break, as you'll see in the clip I'll post up here soon. This show wound up being even more special at the end of the night for a couple of reasons: The label reps were on hand to present the band with their official Australian Gold Record plaques for Indestructible (pictured below), and it was Mike's birthday! We all got to celebrate together with the band and crew, and the drinks were flowing late into the night. Thanks for the massive hangover Sydney!




    The next day, our trip to Newcastle became one of the coolest experiences I have personally had in touring with Disturbed, and I'm sure the band would agree. It turns out that there is a US Air Force Base about 45 minutes from where the show was taking place. We received an invite to go over there and check out an F-15 fighter that had been specially decorated by a die-hard Disturbed fan. None of us was prepared for what came next. We showed up to find about 100 servicemen & women gathered together around the fiercest looking jet we'd ever seen! I shot lots of video of it all, which you'll see at a later date I'm sure, but you can check out the pics below for now. The guys each took turns climbing the ladder with "The Guy" painted on the underside and hopping in the pilot's seat. Everywhere you looked, there seemed to be another Disturbed logo. The Band wound up signing the landing gear hatch door and posing for numerous photos with the appreciative troops. Getting to hang with our troops is my favorite part of this job and I know the guys agree. It always turns into a mutual admiration experience, with the troops sharing how much the band's music has meant to them in difficult times and the band expressing heart felt respect for all that these people sacrifice for all of us.




    Many of those troops then joined us for the show later that night and David took the opportunity to call them out during the encore break. As you can see from the video, he then took a moment to talk about his inspiration for "Inside The Fire" and encouraged people to seek help if they too were struggling with suicidal thoughts, or knew someone that was. It was a very meaningful and heartfelt gesture. After the set, the band took some time to sign and take pictures with the troops that joined us backstage. At one point, David was even put on the phone with the squadron commander, who unfortunately had missed meeting the band because he was out of the country. Hopefully he'll get his own time with Disturbed sometime soon because, if it wasn't for his devotion and painting his F-15, the rest of the troops in Newcastle wouldn't have gotten the chance to meet the band in the first place.




    After Newcastle, we had a day off in Melbourne to walk around and explore the city. It is true that Melbourne is the Rock Capital of Australia because it seemed that everywhere we went, fans were excitedly stopping the band on the street and getting pictures taken. Later that night, our generous hosts from Frontier Touring took us all out for a big steak dinner at a well known Melbourne restaurant. I had never seen a place like this before, with nothing but all different kinds of meat on the menu. You couldn't even order a salad because they didn't have the ingredients! Amazing. That pic of Mike with the steak on the knife pretty much says it all.




    The Melbourne crowd obviously impressed us as well. On a cold and rainy night, their Aussie madness was exactly what the band needed to feel at home. The miserable weather outside couldn't dampen the spirits of all the crazed Melbourne fans who shook the building with their raw energy all night long. The whole set was spectacular, but as the band broke into Down With The Sickness, pandemonium broke out and Melbourne cemented it's place in our hearts (and ears!) as a perfect end to the Australian tour. It was a ferocious sendoff for out trip to New Zealand. After the show, band and crew headed out to the Irish pub attached to our hotel and threw back a few pints before we headed up to our rooms to catch a little sleep before our early morning flight to Aukland.




    _The Collector





    Lunch in Perth before the show



    A special message from Dan at soundcheck in Perth



    Dan, Mike, & David discuss upcoming shows in the dressing room



    A blown up tour poster left in the dressing room for the guys to sign



    John's bass tech Bull Parrish makes some last minute repairs



    A small glimpse at some of the massive gear it takes to make the show run



    Dan looks over to see when Mike wants to end the finale for the insane Perth show



    Checking in for our flight from Perth to Adelaide



    Some pictures from our once-in-a-lifetime tour of the Penfold's Vineyard






    Dan shows off a very rare bottle of Penfold's from the 1940's



    Each of these barrels contains over $300,000 of Grange wine. There's over $30 million in this one room alone!



    Ah, the best part of the Penfold's tour, the wine tasting!



    The guys share some laughs over dinner



    David gets a small sample the next day since he missed the night before



    A really cool clock we saw hanging in the Penfold's store



    All decked out in Penfold's swag over looking the vineyard



    A couple live shots from the incredible Adelaide show






    Dan doubles up while David addresses the frantic Adelaide crowd



    The guys sign for the appreciative fans after the Adelaide show



    Checking the flights to make sure we'll make it to Brisbane on time



    Look closely. Dan is showing off his favorite T-shirt in the airport lounge.



    Boarding our plane to Brisbane









    Even in business class, there's little room for Dan's giant laptop



    John signs a menu at Cha Cha Char after winning the big mustard bet



    Two fans are shocked to run into their favorite band at lunch in Brisbane



    Indestructible prominently displayed on a shelf in a Brisbane music store



    Dan and David spot Dragonforce's new CD on the shelf as well



    Dan pays tribute to Australia's legendary sons, AC/DC



    The guys head out for a walk through Brisbane's Botanical Gardens









    John signs some flats before the Brisbane show



    Mike takes a PSP break during the long wait for showtime in Brisbane



    This fan came to 2 shows in a row, front and center. That's devotion!



    The band is presented with their Aussie Gold Indestructible plaques



    Dan signs for a lucky fan at the Sydney meet n' greet



    David and Mike share a fun interview with Australia's own Channel V






    Mike makes his feelings known during an MTV interview in Sydney






    A large collection of signed Indestructible vinyl. You know you want one.



    The guys pose with The Guy under the F-15 ladder









    Mike climbs into the cockpit for a little Top Gun moment



    The band poses with the landing gear hatch that they autographed earlier



    Everyone piles in for a group photo in front of the custom painted F-15



    David signs for some of the US soldiers that were guests in Newcastle



    Dan and John watch P.O.D.'s set before heading to the dressing room



    John signs for a fan that greeted the band at the Melbourne Airport



    David and Dan do some sightseeing around downtown Melbourne



    Days later, John still has a message for the hot English mustard



    Steak house in Melbourne. Vegetarians not allowed!



    Mike in one of his happiest photos ever



    A funny sign I saw during soundcheck in Melbourne



    This fan in Melbourne had the biggest Disturbed tattoo I've seen



    David and Dan sign for fans after the Melbourne show



    The guys buy some last minute Aussie gifts for their families



    Danny poses with his Guitar World cover on sale at the Melbourne Airport



    Watching college football at the airport before flying to Aukland










    New Zealand pics to follow...Stay tuned!

    Posted 2008-09-17 20:16
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on September 17, 2008

Well, it's been quite an adventure over the past couple weeks. We started out in Perth, Australia on August 28th and wrapped up in Christchurch, New Zealand on September 12th. Now it's time to fill you in on all that happened in between...




After the incredibly long journey to get to Australia, the band was ready to blow open the gates and throw down in Perth. The fans at Challenge Stadium were more than happy to oblige and matched the band's intensity throughout the set. They even sang along to every word during the brand new songs that debuted on this tour, "The Night" and "Haunted". We were all very impressed with the fan reaction in Perth and used that show as the bar to measure every other show Down Under.




We did find it a little odd that for our second straight tour of Australia, we seemed to bring the rain and end a long drought. We're beginning to think the Aussie Gov't should be paying us to visit more often since we're helping them so much. The weather didn't dampen our spirits though as we moved on from Perth to enjoy a day off at the world famous Penfold's Winery in Adelaide. The pictures below really don't do the place justice, it was gorgeous. We had an amazing time and it was definitely fun trying to contain the now-buzzed Mikey from "breaking shit" in such a stuffy, fine-dining establishment. I think Mike was really just having a hard time coping with the strange 1/2 hour time zone change that only exists in Adelaide. Check out the video clip in the "Media" section to see what I'm talking about.




Once we got to Brisbane, the lineup was complete. We were without P.O.D. for the first couple of shows, so it was great to finally all be together, especially with Alterbridge killing it every night as well. The vibe on the tour was a lot of fun between the bands and things got a little crazy when we got together. On the night off before the Brisbane show, I joined the band for a feast at a well known steakhouse called "Cha Cha Char". After a few rounds of drinks, our steaks came and we were presented with THE HOTTEST ENGLISH MUSTARD EVER! Everyone but John Moyer seemed to go into shock with how spicy this stuff was. John was smart about it though. He waited until the drinks were flowing and the bets began. Eventually, he was bet big money by the rest of the band that he couldn't eat a whole tablespoon of the stuff without taking a sip of water for 3 minutes. From that point it was on. John even got cocky and did 2 MORE TABLESPOONS FOR "FREE"!!!




The next day, we got to walk around and explore downtown Brisbane and the Botanical Gardens before heading to the venue for the show. David joked at one point that he was getting inspired for new animal noises for the next record when we were walking around listening to all the crazy squawking sounds coming from the trees and bushes. The band was constantly getting recognized by fans while we were sitting down for lunch and visiting a local CD store, as you can see from some of the pics.




The Brisbane show was definitely one of the wildest of the tour, especially once David got the crowd riled up with the "AUSSIE! AUSSIE! AUSSIE!, OY! OY! OY!" chants. And of course the guys continued to be impressed with how well everyone seemed to know the words to all the newer songs. There was one fan in particular that stood out and made us feel really welcome. You can see him and his Australian flag below. The guy even wound up coming to the Sydney show the next night and was in the same spot, front-and-center. When I noticed him and his flag again, I stole it away and brought it backstage so the band could sign it. See what happens when you get original and make cool tour swag of your own? He wound up with the best piece of Disturbed memorabilia from the whole tour!




After we finished in Brisbane we headed out the next morning for a whirlwind trip to Sydney. It was a long day, filled with tons of press, including interviews for MTV & Channel V, as well as several radio stations & magazines. The show was especially brutal that night too. I'm not sure what they put in your water down there in Sydney, but the crowd was raging and the pit was a non-stop circus for the entire set! During "The Game", a fan even managed to get up on stage to stage dive, which really pissed off our road manager, Jason. He wrestled the sweaty bastard to the ground and was about to escort the guy out, but he wasn't able to hold on long enough and the guy escaped into the crowd, leaving Jason holding nothing but his shirt. Of course, the band got a big laugh out of this at the encore break, as you'll see in the clip I'll post up here soon. This show wound up being even more special at the end of the night for a couple of reasons: The label reps were on hand to present the band with their official Australian Gold Record plaques for Indestructible (pictured below), and it was Mike's birthday! We all got to celebrate together with the band and crew, and the drinks were flowing late into the night. Thanks for the massive hangover Sydney!




The next day, our trip to Newcastle became one of the coolest experiences I have personally had in touring with Disturbed, and I'm sure the band would agree. It turns out that there is a US Air Force Base about 45 minutes from where the show was taking place. We received an invite to go over there and check out an F-15 fighter that had been specially decorated by a die-hard Disturbed fan. None of us was prepared for what came next. We showed up to find about 100 servicemen & women gathered together around the fiercest looking jet we'd ever seen! I shot lots of video of it all, which you'll see at a later date I'm sure, but you can check out the pics below for now. The guys each took turns climbing the ladder with "The Guy" painted on the underside and hopping in the pilot's seat. Everywhere you looked, there seemed to be another Disturbed logo. The Band wound up signing the landing gear hatch door and posing for numerous photos with the appreciative troops. Getting to hang with our troops is my favorite part of this job and I know the guys agree. It always turns into a mutual admiration experience, with the troops sharing how much the band's music has meant to them in difficult times and the band expressing heart felt respect for all that these people sacrifice for all of us.




Many of those troops then joined us for the show later that night and David took the opportunity to call them out during the encore break. As you can see from the video, he then took a moment to talk about his inspiration for "Inside The Fire" and encouraged people to seek help if they too were struggling with suicidal thoughts, or knew someone that was. It was a very meaningful and heartfelt gesture. After the set, the band took some time to sign and take pictures with the troops that joined us backstage. At one point, David was even put on the phone with the squadron commander, who unfortunately had missed meeting the band because he was out of the country. Hopefully he'll get his own time with Disturbed sometime soon because, if it wasn't for his devotion and painting his F-15, the rest of the troops in Newcastle wouldn't have gotten the chance to meet the band in the first place.




After Newcastle, we had a day off in Melbourne to walk around and explore the city. It is true that Melbourne is the Rock Capital of Australia because it seemed that everywhere we went, fans were excitedly stopping the band on the street and getting pictures taken. Later that night, our generous hosts from Frontier Touring took us all out for a big steak dinner at a well known Melbourne restaurant. I had never seen a place like this before, with nothing but all different kinds of meat on the menu. You couldn't even order a salad because they didn't have the ingredients! Amazing. That pic of Mike with the steak on the knife pretty much says it all.




The Melbourne crowd obviously impressed us as well. On a cold and rainy night, their Aussie madness was exactly what the band needed to feel at home. The miserable weather outside couldn't dampen the spirits of all the crazed Melbourne fans who shook the building with their raw energy all night long. The whole set was spectacular, but as the band broke into Down With The Sickness, pandemonium broke out and Melbourne cemented it's place in our hearts (and ears!) as a perfect end to the Australian tour. It was a ferocious sendoff for out trip to New Zealand. After the show, band and crew headed out to the Irish pub attached to our hotel and threw back a few pints before we headed up to our rooms to catch a little sleep before our early morning flight to Aukland.




_The Collector





Lunch in Perth before the show



A special message from Dan at soundcheck in Perth



Dan, Mike, & David discuss upcoming shows in the dressing room



A blown up tour poster left in the dressing room for the guys to sign



John's bass tech Bull Parrish makes some last minute repairs



A small glimpse at some of the massive gear it takes to make the show run



Dan looks over to see when Mike wants to end the finale for the insane Perth show



Checking in for our flight from Perth to Adelaide



Some pictures from our once-in-a-lifetime tour of the Penfold's Vineyard






Dan shows off a very rare bottle of Penfold's from the 1940's



Each of these barrels contains over $300,000 of Grange wine. There's over $30 million in this one room alone!



Ah, the best part of the Penfold's tour, the wine tasting!



The guys share some laughs over dinner



David gets a small sample the next day since he missed the night before



A really cool clock we saw hanging in the Penfold's store



All decked out in Penfold's swag over looking the vineyard



A couple live shots from the incredible Adelaide show






Dan doubles up while David addresses the frantic Adelaide crowd



The guys sign for the appreciative fans after the Adelaide show



Checking the flights to make sure we'll make it to Brisbane on time



Look closely. Dan is showing off his favorite T-shirt in the airport lounge.



Boarding our plane to Brisbane









Even in business class, there's little room for Dan's giant laptop



John signs a menu at Cha Cha Char after winning the big mustard bet



Two fans are shocked to run into their favorite band at lunch in Brisbane



Indestructible prominently displayed on a shelf in a Brisbane music store



Dan and David spot Dragonforce's new CD on the shelf as well



Dan pays tribute to Australia's legendary sons, AC/DC



The guys head out for a walk through Brisbane's Botanical Gardens









John signs some flats before the Brisbane show



Mike takes a PSP break during the long wait for showtime in Brisbane



This fan came to 2 shows in a row, front and center. That's devotion!



The band is presented with their Aussie Gold Indestructible plaques



Dan signs for a lucky fan at the Sydney meet n' greet



David and Mike share a fun interview with Australia's own Channel V






Mike makes his feelings known during an MTV interview in Sydney






A large collection of signed Indestructible vinyl. You know you want one.



The guys pose with The Guy under the F-15 ladder









Mike climbs into the cockpit for a little Top Gun moment



The band poses with the landing gear hatch that they autographed earlier



Everyone piles in for a group photo in front of the custom painted F-15



David signs for some of the US soldiers that were guests in Newcastle



Dan and John watch P.O.D.'s set before heading to the dressing room



John signs for a fan that greeted the band at the Melbourne Airport



David and Dan do some sightseeing around downtown Melbourne



Days later, John still has a message for the hot English mustard



Steak house in Melbourne. Vegetarians not allowed!



Mike in one of his happiest photos ever



A funny sign I saw during soundcheck in Melbourne



This fan in Melbourne had the biggest Disturbed tattoo I've seen



David and Dan sign for fans after the Melbourne show



The guys buy some last minute Aussie gifts for their families



Danny poses with his Guitar World cover on sale at the Melbourne Airport



Watching college football at the airport before flying to Aukland










New Zealand pics to follow...Stay tuned!

Comments

joe23's picture

it would be great celebration for australians

Regards,
Joe from Free poker money

Dredgey's picture

christchurch bloody rocked! was mind blowing how good they are live. david is funny as too pying out that fat chick who wouldnt put it away ha ha

natalilly1987's picture

Hell yeah, chch show was AWESOME!!! can't wait to see the pics though

NatCat xoxo

sarahk's picture

fuck yea christchurch show was awsome aswell

pimpsesstaylahc69's picture

New Zealand, wellington concert was awesum, need pics!!

sarahk's picture

hey you should post pics an shit about new zealand tour

rog's picture

Cheers for your kind words Mr Collector,we hope y'all enjoyed your far too short stay here in our beautiful country we know as australia! We here in Perth truly appreciate you guys bringing your show all the way here,after all being the most isolated capital city in the world we understand what a pain in the ass it is lugging all that stuff thousands of kilometres just for 1 show,but god we enjoyed it!! So thankyou Collector for your recollections of the tour,you're the luckiest mutherfucker alive! Disturbed 1's rule!!

braeden's picture

Looks really fun

hellion's picture

disturbed you fucking rocked at the bribane entertainment centre. best fucking concert ever

Disturbed_Child's picture

haha...thats cool that the crowd actually sung along.

danggers098's picture

by far the best fuckin thign ive been to. disturbed you guys took challenge by the balls and ripped the fuck out of the place. the show was freakin awesome and everything, the intensity and the way the crowd was goin made it a night and a half.seriously guys come back again for fuckin sure. the i agree with the other dude, the eagles winnin the 92 premiership had fuck all on this.perth will never be the same. come back soon, cos i would gladly pay any amount to see you guys tear it upa gain.

4saken's picture

I was at the perth show with 2 of me mates, IT WAS FCKING AWSOME, i had severe head aches for like the next week from headbanging to almost every song you guys played, lol dan probably saw us we were the only people that took or t shirts off in the entire seeted part we were on the left side of the stage abot 4 rows from the mosh pit, didnt get to go in the mosh :( OMFG DAN WAS SO FCKING EPIC!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

we are blood brothers, the blood of our forefathers runs free, it is time to avenge them.

Snatchy's picture

First off, Your show rocked on like Donkey Kong, You guys are the modern age Metallica. I just wanted to say cheers mates for coming to our small isolated city of Perth, It was the fuckin greatest spectacle i've ever seen since our West Coast Eagles won the 1992 Premiership Flag. (look it up bitch's.)

Every single song, on all of your albums is a chart stopper in my book, cheers for making me a disturbed one, not that i was'nt before. Please come back to Perth whenever you come Down Under, Bring the fuckin storms who gives a shit, Our shitty Government should pay you to bring the Dark And Stormy's back.

I am, You are, and we will always be DISTURBED...

-tuikki-'s picture

Hey! I have a big problem! I wanna see you guyz in Finland 11/2/2008 but the tickets are gone. I didnt get one!! I really DO WANT TO SEE YOU!!! can anyone help me with this? it sucks..

mcawesomemcawesome's picture

Awesome review...wish i could have gone to all the shows...i guess one would have to do :P. Alittle dissapointed that Melbourne was not reviewed but such is life. Does anyone who went to the melbourne show know what the video cameras from?

brett_bahrett's picture

I was at the Brisbane, Sydney, Newcastle and Melbourne shows and you guys rocked. I was on the barrier right in front of Dan for the Brisbane, Sydney and Newcastle shows (the tall guy with the shitty beard if you recognised me), but my girlfriend came down to Melbourne with me, so I spent the day with her and rocked out in the crowd at Festival Hall.
Thank you guys for an amazing week and I'll see you next time you're down under!

kymduffy's picture

You guys rocked it out in Melbourne. But why no feedback?!? I love you guys! Cheers and hope to see you guys back in Melbourne again in the near future.

xParad0Xx's picture

Great tour guys. We hope you come back real soon!

<3

mr_mumfie's picture

Thank you so much for coming to Australia - especially Perth!!
Keep on rockin and come back soon

brandialex28's picture

Thanks for sharing all of the Australia photos for all of us here in the U.S.! They are awesome and so is Australia!! The F-15 shots are simply my favorite. Keep rockin ! ;)

BrandiAlex

japan_jeff's picture

why i am sitting at home instead of rocking with you guys in tokyo? come on folks, time for an explanation please! i'm bummed!

peace
jeff

antzpantz1's picture

lol these are awesome photos guys i wish i could have stayed longer after the Adelaide show but i had work in the morning and as if they didn't have eftpos there i wanted one of them TOUR T SHIRTS GRRRR they looked sick :D. next time u come to Adelaide should try play in the entertainment center :O i wonder if they will be sold out tickets there that would be so awesome. cya guys next time when u come to australia.

mickyj696's picture

Sometimes I wonder if Dave has seen my life through my eyes. This was to date the best show I've ever seen!m Oooh ah ah ah ah!

Mick the Lida Schiz

DisturbedPyro's picture

augh! i would KILL to be at one of the shows where they played Haunted. please guys keep playing that song when you tour again in the states!

Spoox's picture

Awesome Mr. Collector!
Thanks for keeping us posted :)

DISTURBED ROX

DisturbedOne1's picture

Looks like its been fun down there, cant wait to see them again hopefully its very soon.