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Disturbed Set to Release Debut DVD

Multi-platinum Chicago-based Disturbed offer a rare glimpse of life at home, on the road and in the studio on “M.O.L.,” their debut DVD out June 4, 2002. The disc also features stunning live performance footage of “Down With The Sickness,” “Voices,” “Stupify,” “Conflict,” “Fear” and others captured during Disturbed’s 2001 “Music As A Weapon” headline tour of the U.S. last fall. Sold-out shows at Los Angeles’ Palladium and Disturbed’s hometown, Chicago’s Aragon Ballroom are featured.

Disturbed have gained national prominence and worldwide attention since the release of their debut album, “The Sickness,” in March 2000. The album’s 2 million-plus sales have been fueled by the deep intensity and commitment the band has for its legions of fans. Rock, active rock and alternative radio coupled with main stage appearances on OZZfest and headlining tours have further fanned the flames of fame for these rockers.

In the 2 1/2-hour DVD, fans will learn the origin of Disturbed and retrace their career path through extensive interview footage with David, Dan, Fuzz and Mike. The band also divulges personal thoughts on songwriting, touring, fans, groupies and the making of their hit videos.

Included in the package are the unedited groundbreaking video clips of “Stupify,” “Voices,” and “Down With The Sickness.” Exclusive to the purchaser of the DVD is an exciting online link to “insider info” regarding the recording of the band’s forthcoming second album, titled “Believe” (due for release in September). Produced by Johnny K, who was behind the board for their debut, “The Sickness,” “Believe” looks to expand Disturbed’s music and message to an even greater audience.

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