Video Premiere: Disturbed's 'Indestructible'
A month after their fourth studio "Indestructible" album was officially released on June 3, with opening sales of 253,000 units, rock band Disturbed continue their promotional project by placing a music video for first single "Indestructible" this week. According to their frontman David Draiman, the record means to inspire strength and to strip any human fear.
The music video, which is directed by Noble Jones, is describing a high-concept of battle scenes, which is adapted from the scenes of big screen "300". The video displays the band, playing the music section with David's vocal performance highlight. The scene is then cut with images of ancient warriors, running to the hill. The rest of the video mostly tells about war progression throughout history, starting from basic fighting with spears, and arrows, to modern battle which uses modern machinery such as guns.
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