Disturbed & Theory of a Deadman at Abbotsford Centre

Disturbed & Theory of a Deadman Tickets

Abbotsford Centre | Abbotsford, British Columbia

Get ready to bring down the house when metal sensation Disturbed & Theory of a Deadman comes to the world-famous Abbotsford Centre on Friday, May 12th 2023. This marks the biggest night for metal heads in all of Abbotsford, British Columbia this May, and may be the biggest night in 2023. The heavy sounds of this band will shake you to your very soul with powerful lyrics and a haunting guitar that will grab your attention, seize your senses, and never let go. Grab some tickets and get ready to Take Back Your Life!!!

Disturbed & Theory of a Deadman at Abbotsford Centre

After emerging from Chicago at the turn of the century, Disturbed ruled hard rock on their own terms, with record-breaking sales of over 17 million units, nearly 8 billion streams, and sold-out gigs all over the world. The two-time Grammy Award nominees had five straight number one Billboard Top 200 debuts, joining Metallica as the only other hard rock group to do so.

Disturbed's eighth studio album, titled Divisive, was published on November 18, 2022, and the first single from the album, titled "Hello You," was issued on July 14, 2022. The album is reported to be stylistically comparable to the band's earlier albums, such as, The Sickness, and, Ten Thousand Fists. The album peaked at number 13 on the Billboard 200 chart, number three on the Top Rock Albums chart, and number one on the Top Alternative Albums, Top Digital Albums, and Top Hard Rock Albums charts respectively.

Theory of a Deadman is a Canadian rock band from British Columbia. The music of the band is based on post-grunge and alternative rock, but it also includes country and acoustic elements. Nine of their tracks have charted in the top ten on the Billboard Mainstream Rock chart in the United States, including four number ones: "Bad Girlfriend", "Lowlife", "Rx (Medicate)" and "History of Violence".

Disturbed & Theory of a Deadman at Abbotsford Centre

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