Disturbed has released a unique video for the song “A Reason To Fight,” which the band recorded in response to the many deaths in the music community and elsewhere due to addiction and depression. In the extended clip, fans give testimonials about their own experiences with both, interspersed with scenes of the band performing the song live and singer David Draiman speaking about the issue. The clip captures a moment that occurs every night on Disturbed’s current tour: the music stops and Draiman calls for the house lights to be turned up. He looks out at the crowd and asks, “By a show of hands, how many of you have dealt with the demons of addiction or depression or know of someone who has?” The majority of the audience and the band members themselves all raise their hands. Every night during Disturbed’s show, large screens flash phone numbers for the National Addiction Hotline (800-662-4357) and the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (800-273-8255), all as part of Disturbed’s “You Are Not Alone” campaign.