Disturbed Win Best Rock Video in 6th Annual Loudwire Music Awards
It was a banner year for Disturbed that just added one more accolade. Loudwire's readers have voted Disturbed's video for "The Sound of Silence" as the Best Rock Video in the 6th Annual Loudwire Music Awards.
The band received a whopping 42 percent of the vote en route to the victory, with the strongest competition coming from Five Finger Death Punch's video for "I Apologize" and the creative "Making Monsters" clip from John 5 and the Creatures.
Disturbed worked with acclaimed director Matt Mahurin on the video, and the director made the most of using black and white textures and shadowing in creating the visually stunning clip. His usage of close-ups on David Draiman also allows the viewer to feel the full intensity and feeling of the song as the singer uses his powerful pipes to sing the Simon & Garfunkel classic.
Once again, congrats to Disturbed, winners of the Best Rock Video in the 6th Annual Loudwire Music Awards! Watch the video one more time above.
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