Disturbed

Asylum [Limited Edition CD/DVD]

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Track Listing

    Track Title

    Time

  1. Remnants
  2. Asylum
  3. Infection
  4. Warrior
  5. Another Way to Die
  6. Never Again
  7. Animal
  8. Crucified
  9. Serpentine
  10. My Child
  11. Sacrifice
  12. Innocence
  13. Ishfwilf [Hidden Track] [Live][*]
  14. Down with the Sickness [Live] [Live][*]
  15. Stricken [Live] [Live][*] 4:17
  16. Decade of Disturbed [Video Documentary] [DVD] [*]
  17. Dissected: 9 Exclusive Instructional Videos [Video] [DVD] [*]

Review

Disturbed's fifth long-player opens with an uncharacteristic instrumental, a bleak …And Justice for All-era, Metallica-inspired dirge that shoots out the lights and sets the stage for the blistering title cut. That brief detour from the formula will likely draw in some of the band’s detractors, but Asylum is hardly a rewiring of the band’s sound. What Disturbed has always excelled at is machine-like execution of carefully plotted brutality, and the 13 tracks that occupy Asylum are textbook examples of the Chicago-based outfit’s mastery of commercially-viable-yet-still-cool-enough-for-the-fringe modern metal. The foundation may be set, but between David Draiman's clear and concise powerhouse vocals which carry melodies (specifically on the choruses) that ricochet around convention like a pinball, and guitarist Dan Donegan's tasteful, occasionally beautiful guitar work, Disturbed gets to have it both ways. That the band can tackle the Holocaust (“Never Again”), global warming ("Another Way to Die” ), lycanthropy (“The Animal”), and miscarriage (“My Child”) with the same amount of intensity that they bring to a cover of U2's “I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For” (not so cleverly disguised as “ISHFWILF”), is admirable, but what really sets Disturbed apart from other 21st century metal acts is their ability to consistently repackage and resell their sound in a way that avoids redundancy. [The band also released a limited edition of the album that featured bonus tracks and a DVD of behind-the-scenes footage and music videos.] ~ James Christopher Monger, Rovi

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