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Exclusive: Disturbed Stream Faith No More Cover, "Midlife Crisis," From ‘The Lost Children’

Exclusive: Disturbed Stream Faith No More Cover,

Disturbed are coming out with their B-sides collection, The Lost Children, tomorrow. In anticipation, we’ve been streaming a new song from the album, for 24 hours, each day leading up to its release.

In this, the final, installment, take a listen to Disturbed's cover of Faith No More's “Midlife Crisis,” which they recorded during the sessions for their 2007 album, Indestructible. It previously appeared on Covered, a Revolution in Sound, which was a compilation commemorating Warner Bros. Records' 50th anniversary.

For more on The Lost Children, click here to read an interview with guitarist Dan Donegan, and for info on the band's indefinite hiatus click here for an interview with frontman David Draiman. To preorder The Lost Children, click here. Also, the current issue of Revolver, available on newsstands everywhere and right here, includes an in-depth career-spanning interview with both Draiman and Donegan. Let us know what you think in the comments.

The 24 hours for this song are up. Disturbed's B-sides collection, The Lost Children, is out now.

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