Disturbed Logo

Disturbed Logo
Probably the most known Disturbed logo is the one featured on the cover of the album Believe, which was released by the American alternative metal band in 2002.

Meaning and History logo

Disturbed Logo history


Most of the album covers feature the band’s mascot called The Guy. He is supposed to be the embodiment of the Archangel Gabriel the destroyer.

Emblem Disturbed

Emblem Disturbed
The Guy made his debut in The Sickness (2000). He did not have a real face, just a creepy smile and crazy eyes. On the cover of the Ten Thousand Fists (2005), the Guy was featured in a torn cloak with a hood and with chains on his body. On the cover of Indestructible, he was cloaked and on fire, in Asylum, he was chained up, while in The Vengeful One, he appeared as the Dark Messiah coming from the Heavens.

The Believe album symbol

Symbol Logo
On the cover of the album, four religious emblems are combined in a single logo. The emblems include the Jewish Star of David, the Christian Cross, the Pagan Pentacle, and the Muslim Crescent Moon. This logo symbolizes unity of religions.

Font

Font Logo Disturbed
On each of the albums, a new type has been used. The types are not the same, but they have something in common: all of them are more or less clear and legible, especially if you compare them with the fonts typically used for other metal bands.

Color

Color Logo Disturbed
On the cover of Believe, the band’s second studio album (2002), the logo is metallic grey, and a 3D effect is applied to it. The background is given in a rich shade of red. The name of the band is gold, while the name of the album is black.

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