Disturbed, with special guests Chevelle and Nothing More, lit up the night at the Santander Arena in Reading, PA. After touring with Breaking Benjamin this past summer, they are getting ready to wrap up their fall tour in the States before heading overseas through the beginning of next year.

Nothing More opened with drums pounding and lights flashing. Jonny Hawkins, shirtless and shoeless, took the stage and they led with “Christ Copyright”. The group pumped up the crowd with songs ‘Jenny” and “Ocean Floor” before treating the fans to their new single, “Ripping Me Apart”. Their iconic and exciting four-man drum solo was incorporated into “Salem” to close out the set.

Chevelle just released, The North Corridor, in July and excited the crowd with “Joyride” and “Door to Door Cannibals” off of the album. They also played past favorites “Hats Off to the Bull” and “Take Out the Gunman”. Their performance was high-energy and the first small mosh pits started throughout the set. They finished with the “Send the Pain Below”, a perfect choice to pump up the crowd for the main act.

The stage was hidden from the eager crowd by a black veil when suddenly a shadow appeared and the first few riffs of “The Eye of the Storm” filled the arena. The audience cheered loudly at the first taste of the main act and with a drop of the curtain they segued into “Immortalized”. Disturbed fed the crowd original favorites “The Game” and “Prayer” but didn’t disappoint with new hits “The Vengeful One”, “The Sound of Silence”, and “The Light”. They played an impressive 16-song set and even spoiled the crowd with a 3-song encore. Disturbed definitely put on one hell of a show, check them out at one of the few remaining US shows and you won’t be disappointed.

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About J. Brooke

Editor and feature writer for Rock Documented since September 2015. She fixes bones during the day and rocks out by night. Hobbies include laughing at stupid jokes and piddling.

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