Disturbed continue to enjoy the spirit of collaboration during their 2016. While we've seen the band invite Ben Burnley of co-headliners Breaking Benjamin to the stage already this summer, during a stop in Virginia Beach the band welcomed members of the support bands on their tour up onstage, but this time with a twist.

As we've seen, Disturbed's medley of rock classics has been a popular entry point for special guests throughout their touring, but during the Virginia Beach performance, members of Alter Bridge and Saint Asonia joined the band for a performance of the original Disturbed track "Who Taught You How to Hate." Representing Saint Asonia was bassist Corey Lowery, while Alter Bridge's singer Myles Kennedy and guitarist Mark Tremonti added vocals and licks to the performance.

Vocalist David Draiman set up the special guests and the song by prefacing, "As you know, we live in a very chaotic world. There's far too much hate in this world and we aren't born with it. We are taught to hate and it's time for us to stop learning from those who would teach us to hate." In that positive spirit, he welcomed his tourmates to the stage and you can watch the pro-shot video above.

As you can see, the audience erupted over the performance and the special guests finished the song with hugs, fist bumps and hand shakes as they exited. Disturbed are in the midst of a heavy tour schedule with shows already booked into 2017. See their current itinerary here.

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