Disturbed is planning to release an acoustic album, which will feature brand new material as well as reworked versions of songs spanning the band's entire catalog.
In a press conference in February, Lead singer David Draiman had this to say: "Well, we're still working on it. We haven't really set a timeframe in stone. We'd like to kind of have as much time as we need to get it to the point that we're as confident in it as we can possibly be, that we see the songs through to their fruition. And the answer to your question, yes, there will be new original material — original acoustic pieces — as well as acoustic versions of existing songs within the catalog."
Draimen added the bad had contemplated doing an acoustic album for some time. "There's a huge contingency of kids that want stuff that they can just bash their head open to, you know, and that's great," he said. "We provide that as well. But to us, when we make our music, it has to be fused with melody. The aggression and the power needs to be harnessed with hooks that stay with you."