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This Is The Setlist From Disturbed’s First UK Headline Show In Nine Years

Disturbed made their headline return to the UK this weekend and it was a mammoth setlist

This Saturday (May 11) at Alexandra Palace in London, arena-metal behemoths Disturbed made their grand return to the UK in a headline capacity. We last saw them supporting Avenged Sevenfold in giant rooms across the country in 2017, but Disturbed’s last UK headline date was in December 2010, topping the bill of that year’s Taste Of Chaos tour (alongside Papa Roach, Buckcherry and Halestorm).

But now, with seventh album Evolution under their belts, and a world-beating cover of Sound Of Silence tucked away for emergencies, it’s the right time for David Draiman and co. to return to our fair shores for three dates of monstrous monkey-wails and all-American hard rock.

It was a career-spanning set, filling a whole two hours with additional bass, guitar and drum solos, plus two covers. What more could you possibly want from Disturbed?

Disturbed headline the O2 Academy in Glasgow on May 13 and the O2 Apollo in Manchester on May 14-15. Get your tickets now.

Here’s that Disturbed setlist in full:

1. Are You Ready
2. Prayer
3. The Vengeful One
4. The Animal
5. Stupify
6. Voices
7. Land Of Confusion (Genesis cover)
8. Ten Thousand Fists
9. The Game
10. No More
11. A Reason To Fight
12. Hold On To Memories
13. The Sound Of Silence (Simon & Garfunkel cover)
14. Indestructible
15. Inside The Fire

Encore:

16. The Light
17. Stricken
18. Down With The Sickness

Posted on May 13th 2019, 1:04pm
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