Disturbed - Disturbed Frontman Hints At Split Amid Hiatus Talk
Rockers Disturbed have fans worried after announcing there are no new plans for the band to regroup after a hiatus.
Frontman David Draiman has stunned fans by revealing he and his bandmates are taking a break from performing live to deal with "personal" issues.
There are no touring plans set for 2012, and the singer suggests the group will be on hiatus "indefinitely".
Speaking on Idaho's Kqxr radio station, Draiman says, "We don't know what we're doing... We're not gonna do our own thing either.
"This is gonna be the last tour that the American people get to see us in for a while, if not indefinitely. We have some things going on internally, we have some personal things going on. So I don't know. It's hard to tell."
The Disturbed remain one of America's most beloved heavy rock acts - formed in 1996, they have sold over 13 million albums worldwide. Four of their five albums have debuted at the top of the U.S. charts.