DISTURBED Clip Too "Disturbing" For Video Outlets

DISTURBED's clip for the track "Prayer", which was directed by the Brothers Strause last month, has reportedly been refused by certain video outlets, who have deemed the scenes in the video—including those depicting collapsing construction sites, car crashes and a cataclysmic earthquake—as too reminiscent of those of last September 11th, according to MTV.com. As a result, DISTURBED are making plans to create an alternate video for the song in time for the September release of the group's new album, Believe, either by radically re-editing the original video, or shooting a performance video for the track. DISTURBED will film their August 7th show at Cleveland's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and if the footage is good enough, it's likely that it will be used for the video, a spokesperson for the band said.

Believe, due in the stores on September 17th, will contain the following track listing:

01. Prayer
02. Liberate
03. Awaken
04. Believe
05. Remember
06. Intoxication
07. Rise
08. Mistress
09. Breathe
10. Bound
11. Devour
12. Darkness


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