WHAT: Disturbed: Take Back Your Life Tour
Due to the Stanley Cup Playoffs schedule, the Disturbed concert at Rogers Place originally scheduled for Wednesday, May 10, 2023 has been rescheduled to Thursday, May 11, 2023. Show time for May 11 is now 7:00 PM (Doors at 6:00 PM). All tickets for the original date will be valid for the newly scheduled date, with no action from the ticketholder required. We apologize for any inconvenience caused by this required change.
DISTURBED ANNOUNCES 36-DATE TAKE BACK YOUR LIFE
2023 NORTH AMERICAN TOUR
SUPPORT FROM THEORY OF A DEADMAN IN CANADA AND BREAKING BENJAMIN & JINJER ON SELECT DATES IN THE UNITED STATES
EIGHTH STUDIO ALBUM, DIVISIVE, OUT NOW
VIA REPRISE RECORDS
Today, multi-platinum rock band Disturbed announce their 36-date Take Back Your Life summer 2023 North American tour which will kick off at Montreal’s Bell Centre on April 27th (full dates below). The tour, produced by Live Nation, will feature support from Theory of a Deadman in Canada and Breaking Benjamin & JINJER in select markets in the United States. The band’s Take Back Your Life tour will be Disturbed’s first full tour since 2018 and tickets for all dates on this tour will go on sale here on Friday, Feb 10th at 10am local time.
Disturbed’s eighth full-length album Divisive is out now via Reprise Records. Divisive pulls no punches as a precise, pummeling, and powerful hard rock opus. Over the last year, the quartet cut these ten tracks with producer Drew Fulk [Motionless In White, Lil Peep, Highly Suspect] in Nashville, TN. After Donegan shared initial ideas with the rest of the group, they locked in like never before with the groove as the backbone. Drummer Mike Wengren bolted down some of the strongest and boldest rhythms of their career punctuated by John Moyer’s punchy bass. Together, the musicians collectively conjured the focus and fire of their seminal early output augmented by airtight songcraft and a heightened level of musical chemistry that could only be forged by years of writing and touring together. “Hey You,” the album’s first single, emerged as their 15th #1 single at Rock Radio and retained that position for 3 weeks Their current single, Bad Man is currently in the top 10 on that chart. Divisive is available on all formats HERE.