Disturbed are a well oiled machine at this point, having been one of the hardest touring acts over the past year and making sure that many markets get their chance to see the band again after their hiatus. With the band going so well, they recently let the cameras roll during their performance of "The Night" at Raleigh's Red Hat Amphitheater and have delivered the blistering performance for viewers to check out in the video above.

"The Night" is one of the more aggressive tracks on the band's Immortalized album and is a perfect fit for the stage. In the video above, you'll see and hear David Draiman's commanding vocals, but the highlight of the performance comes with Dan Donegan getting to take his turn at the front of the stage for a guitar solo, as Draiman leads fans in clapping along.

Disturbed have been documenting their adventures on the road with frequent updates from the road. They also recently posted a backstage meet-and-greet video where they were presented with a special Disturbed cake to commemorate their show at the Big Sandy Superstore Arena in Huntington, W.V. See footage of that below.

The band currently has dates booked into November before taking a well deserved break through the holiday season. After that, they'll fire it back up again for shows in the U.K. and Europe to kick off 2017. Dates can be found here.

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