David Draiman: “Disturbed Performances Will Be Getting More And More Infrequent”

During a recent interview with Lazer 103.3‘s Andy Hall, Disturbed’s David Draiman discussed the group’s upcoming touring plans. He said the following when asked if the band will be touring “pretty hard” in support of their new album “Divisive” (out November 18):

“Not as hard as you would imagine. We’re planning on starting up in the spring. We’ve already announced a few shows here and there. We’re trying to finalize all of our plans. But Disturbed performances will be getting more and more infrequent. We’ll start up in the spring. We’ll finish in the fall. There will be a full U.S. run. Exactly when we’re going where, I don’t know yet; it’s still a moving target. I know we’re planning to do a European festival run as well; a couple of those dates have been announced already. But it’s tough to navigate the waters right now. So we’re doing the best we can. Hopefully we’ll be able to announce more as soon as it’s able to be announced.”

[via Blabbermouth]

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