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Old 07-22-2011, 10:29 PM
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Old 07-22-2011, 10:59 PM
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It's about time..they were running on their last leg. I mean come one, when your songs start sounding THAT alike..it's time to go
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Old 07-22-2011, 11:02 PM
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I never understood why people are so happy that a band they don't like is breaking up. I mean, you were never listening to the band anyway, and i'm sure you're all old and capable enough that you're able to listen to what you want and not have to be forced to listen to them, so how does them breaking up make a difference? And if that was the case, it's not like a band breaking up will mean that their music will automatically stopped being played or talked about. I can understand hating a band or ripping on them because you think they suck (I've done my fair share), but how is a band you hate breaking up really changing anything?

As far as this indefinite hiatus...meh. I'm a Disturbed fan, but maybe a break for a few years will allow them to mix up their sound a little bit. They've basically been doing the same stuff for 3 albums now, and their live show has become so bland and predictable, everything from the setlists to David's in-between song banter to the videos being used on their video screens, etc.
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Old 07-22-2011, 11:04 PM
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I never understood why people are so happy that a band they don't like is breaking up. I mean, you were never listening to the band anyway, and i'm sure you're all old and capable enough that you're able to listen to what you want and not have to be forced to listen to them, so how does them breaking up make a difference? And if that was the case, it's not like a band breaking up will mean that their music will automatically stopped being played or talked about. I can understand hating a band or ripping on them because you think they suck (I've done my fair share), but how is a band you hate breaking up really changing anything?

As far as this indefinite hiatus...meh. I'm a Disturbed fan, but maybe a break for a few years will allow them to mix up their sound a little bit. They've basically been doing the same stuff for 3 albums now, and their live show has become so bland and predictable, everything from the setlists to David's in-between song banter to the videos being used on their video screens, etc.
Im just happy cause they have been on like every fucking tour out there and it's getting kinda annoying.
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Old 07-22-2011, 11:04 PM
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I never understood why people are so happy that a band they don't like is breaking up. I mean, you were never listening to the band anyway, and i'm sure you're all old and capable enough that you're able to listen to what you want and not have to be forced to listen to them, so how does them breaking up make a difference? And if that was the case, it's not like a band breaking up will mean that their music will automatically stopped being played or talked about. I can understand hating a band or ripping on them because you think they suck (I've done my fair share), but how is a band you hate breaking up really changing anything?

As far as this indefinite hiatus...meh. I'm a Disturbed fan, but maybe a break for a few years will allow them to mix up their sound a little bit. They've basically been doing the same stuff for 3 albums now, and their live show has become so bland and predictable, everything from the setlists to David's in-between song banter to the videos being used on their video screens, etc.
To me, it truly makes no difference. I don't care.

I just get a reprieve from being asked "DO YOU LIKE DISTURBED???" when I say I like metal. I'm fine with it being some other retardedly bad band, but it just always is Disturbed.
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Old 07-22-2011, 11:06 PM
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Old 07-22-2011, 11:28 PM
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Meh I only really enjoyed their first album after that everything was recycled; so good for them, maybe they will have luck in solo career (LOL NOPE) or maybe they can get re-charged and come back in 3-4 years

who knows
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Old 07-23-2011, 12:36 AM
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Old 07-23-2011, 01:37 AM
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David really needs to rest his voice anyway, he has sounded rough over the last year or so.
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Old 07-23-2011, 03:56 AM
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I find it funny that alot of people dig the first album the most, because it was practically their only nu-metal album, yet most people hate on nu-metal.

My favorite album was Believe, and they really lost traction after Ten Thousand Fists I think. They could use a hiatus.
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