DISTURBED To Make In-Store Appearances, Film Los Angeles Gig

DISTURBED will be making several in-stores appearances next week to promote the release of their new album, Believe, due in stores on September 17th. DISTURBED will be hitting Los Angeles, Chicago and New York during their promotional blitz. In addition, the group will be filming their show at the Grand Olympic Auditorium in Los Angeles on September 17th for an upcoming video.

The details on the in-store appearances are as follows:

Los Angeles, Monday, September 16th: In-store signing and guitar giveaway at 10:00 AM at Tower Sunset, 8801 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, (310) 657-7300. Pre-order your copy of the new album at Tower Sunset on Monday September 16th at 10AM and receive a wristband to meet the band at 10pm that same night.

Chicago, Thursday, September 19th: Purchase the new album and receive a wristband for your chance to meet DISTURBED at Rolling Stones between 4:00PM and 5:30 PM. 7300 West Irving Park Road (708) 456-0861 (no guitar giveaway).

New York, Saturday, September 21st: DISTURBED in-store signing and guitar giveaway on from 2:00 PM until 4:00 PM. Tower Records at 4th Street and Broadway (212) 505-1500


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