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Disturbed to Play Free Interactive Concert

Disturbed DeepRockDrive (, the world's first interactive online concert venue, has launched a global free concert series in partnership with Pepsi starring Disturbed. The series reinforces DeepRockDrive's prominence as the world's most popular destination for online, interactive concerts. Presented by Pepsi, Disturbed will be performing to global audiences on Thursday May 29th, 2008 @ 7PM PST. During the set, fans will be able to communicate and interact with the band in real time via the revolutionary service that DeepRockDrive has created.

Free tickets are limited and it's first come first serve.
Users may redeem their free ticket to the show here.

Disturbed, which is frontman David Draiman, guitarist Dan Donegan, drummer Mike Wengren and bassist John Moyer, self-produced their forthcoming album Indestructible which will be released June 3rd on Reprise Records. The first single from the album, "Inside the Fire," marks the band's sixth Number One single at Active Rock, and their fastest-rising single to date. Known for their punishingly powerful music and Draiman's passionate, socially conscious lyrics, Disturbed has sold a collective 10 million copies worldwide of their three albums - 2000's RIAA-certified triple-platinum The Sickness, 2002's Billboard album chart-topper Believe, and their second consecutive Number One Ten Thousand Fists - since forming in Chicago in 1996

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Tags:  DisturbedDavid DraimanDeep Rock DriveInside the FireIndestructible

    May 07, 2008

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