Watch DISTURBED’s electrifying live performance of “Unstoppable” from their “Take Back Your Life” summer 2023 tour in the professionally filmed video below
The video was skillfully captured and edited by Brittany Bowman, while the audio received the expert mixing treatment from Ashton Parsons.
The “Take Back Your Life” tour, as reported by Billboard.com, proved to be a resounding success during the summer of 2023, amassing an impressive $17.4 million in gross revenue and selling an impressive 336,000 tickets. DISTURBED‘s popularity soared as they averaged a remarkable 11,573 tickets sold per show, a substantial increase from 6,901 in 2019 and 4,404 in 2016. The tour boasted an average ticket price of $51.07, and DISTURBED‘s largest headlining show of all time took place on September 2 at the Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center in Noblesville, Indiana, drawing an astounding crowd of over 20,000 devoted fans.
Based on Billboard‘s records dating back to September 2000, DISTURBED has raked in an impressive $71.2 million in earnings and sold an impressive 1.8 million tickets across a total of 365 shows.
The “Take Back Your Life” North American tour’s summer 2023 leg commenced on July 11 at Denver, Colorado’s Ball Arena and featured support from BREAKING BENJAMIN and JINJER.
“Unstoppable” is a track from DISTURBED’s latest album, “Divisive,” which hit the shelves in November 2022. The album was recorded in the early part of the previous year with the accomplished producer Drew Fulk (known for his work with MOTIONLESS IN WHITE, LIL PEEP, HIGHLY SUSPECT) in Nashville, Tennessee.
Guitarist Dan Donegan found inspiration for the “Divisive” song “Don’t Tell Me” from his personal experiences during his divorce. This particular track is a unique duet featuring the legendary Ann Wilson of HEART and marks a significant milestone in DISTURBED‘s history as it represents their first-ever guest collaboration on a record. According to Billboard, “Divisive” enjoyed a successful debut week, selling 26,000 equivalent album units, with album sales accounting for 22,000 of those units.
Notably, “Divisive” made an impressive entry on the Billboard 200 chart, securing the No. 13 spot. DISTURBED‘s track record includes five chart-toppers on the all-genre Billboard chart, commencing with “Believe” in 2002.