Ten Thousand Fists is the third studio album by American heavy metal band Disturbed. It was released on September 20, and became Disturbed's second consecutive number 1 debut on the Billboard in the United States, shipping around , copies in its opening week. It is also the first Disturbed album to not have the Parental Advisory label. Ten Thousand Fists marks the first album with bassist John Moyer who replaced Steve Kmak following his dismissal in
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Ten Thousand Fists is the third studio album by American rock band Disturbed. It was released on September 20, , and became Disturbed's second straight number one debut on the Billboard chart as well as their second number one album in New Zealand. This is the first album in which Disturbed's mascot "The Guy" appears full-bodied, and on the album cover. He also appears on the album cover of Disturbed's fourth studio album, Indestructible. The album was dedicated to the memory of Dimebag Darrell.
13 Years Ago: Disturbed Release ‘Ten Thousand Fists’
By all accounts, Disturbed had emerged as one of rock's shining new stars in just a very short time and while they were definitely on top of their game, the road to the band's third album Ten Thousand Fists was anything but an easy haul. The biggest hurdle came in the form of a lineup change. The band parted ways with bassist Steve "Fuzz" Kmak not long after the completion of the second edition of their Music as a Weapon tour. The spot remained vacant for the better part of a year until the group found their new bassist in John Moyer , freshly free from early s radio rockers Union Underground. That said a lot.
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