12 Songs, 49 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Disturbed may have split with longtime producer Johnny K, but their essence has not changed: adrenaline-soaked alt-metal delivered with the single-minded intensity of a crack team of Navy Seals. Riddled with the sounds of machine-gun fire and an air-raid siren, the opening title track is a torrent of incensed riffage and David Draiman’s bellicose howls. The singer turns downright nasty on “Deceiver,” a tale of love gone to crap, brutally punctuated by double kicks. “Criminal” delivers even more heartache, though this time around the groove is shot through with industrial’s cold mechanization.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Disturbed may have split with longtime producer Johnny K, but their essence has not changed: adrenaline-soaked alt-metal delivered with the single-minded intensity of a crack team of Navy Seals. Riddled with the sounds of machine-gun fire and an air-raid siren, the opening title track is a torrent of incensed riffage and David Draiman’s bellicose howls. The singer turns downright nasty on “Deceiver,” a tale of love gone to crap, brutally punctuated by double kicks. “Criminal” delivers even more heartache, though this time around the groove is shot through with industrial’s cold mechanization.

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