\"We don\'t pigeonhole ourselves in metal. We think our music is more rhythmic. There\'s a lot that gets attached to metal — the look, the weird vocals that really don\'t fit our music. On the first two records, we were trying to find ourselves. On this record, we combined the two. The first was more aggressive, and the second was more melodic. And we put those elements together on the new record.\"
\"Ten Thousand Fists\" appeared in September, and entered Billboard\'s pop album chart at No. 1 with first-week sales of 238,000 copies.
It was an impressive showing for the follow-up to Disturbed\'s last album, 2002\'s platinum-selling \"Believe\". The group\'s 2000 debut, \"Sickness\", has shifted 3.52 million copies so far.
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