Disturbed is planning on entering the studio in early 2018 to record the follow up to their 2015 album Immortalized, according to guitarist Dan Donegan.
"There is still a lot of excitement within the band because of the success of this album, because of us returning after a four-year break, and because of the fans' reaction, because of the success of "The Sound Of Silence," so it's definitely got us in the mindset of still feeling pumped up," he told a German media outlet. "I definitely don't anticipate us taking a long break. But there might be a little bit of time - it won't be nothing like a four-year hiatus. I think hopefully by at least, if not this year, by early next year, hopefully, we'll be in the studio again."
"I have a bunch of ideas that I'll record on my phone or in the dressing room, and I'll just save some riff ideas and readdress them later at another time, once we're all in the right headspace for it. But anytime we've written, it always has to just come naturally, when we all feel that we're ready. There's never any pressure of saying, 'We have to start writing right now.' We don't like to put any kind of time frame on things."
Immortalized became Disturbed's fifth No. 1 on the Billboard chart upon its release.
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