Grace Under 'Fire'

A motorcycle accident, a garage fire at his home and lots of romantic turmoil fuel Disturbed frontman David Draiman's frustrations on "Indestructible" (Warner Bros.), a fierce, angry diatribe of a rec

A motorcycle accident, a garage fire at his home and lots of romantic turmoil fuel Disturbed frontman David Draiman's frustrations on "Indestructible" (Warner Bros.), a fierce, angry diatribe of a record.

It dabbles in politics ("Enough," the title track), rails against conformity ("Divide") and, on the downright frightening single "Inside the Fire," finds the singer grappling with a suicide solution that's encouraged by Satan himself.

The group backs it up with a forceful sonic fusillade that recalls Disturbed's 2000 debut, "The Sickness," while doing away with some of the melodic niceties that crept into "Ten Thousand Fists" and 2002's "Believe," right down to Draiman's jungle animal vocals.

It does, however, retain a taut, grooving sensibility that gives guitarist Dan Donegan plenty of room for heretofore unexplored heroics, from the spiraling lick of "Inside the Fire" to the razor attack of "The Night."