Disturbed are getting ready to blow the faces off rock radio with the song 'Hell.' The tune is the band's debut single from their forthcoming album, 'The Lost Children' -- their first ever collection of B-sides and rarities.

While 'Hell' isn't set to hit radio airwaves for another couple of weeks, the song has already received positive feedback from the band's die-hard fans.

'Hell' starts with an intriguing effect, which has the listener waiting for the core of the song to hit. And does it ever.

Singer David Draiman opens the song, "Burning now I bring you hell," before diving into the frustrations of abandonment in life.

"I can't get round the way you left me / Out in the open / To leave me to die / So how can I / Forget the way you lead me through / The path into heaven / To leave me behind," he continues to sing.

The song is close to six years old, as it was recorded for the band's third album, 'Ten Thousand Fists,' but didn't make the cut. However, the tune will stand strong among hard-rock tracks on the radio today.

The only downside to the new track from the Disturbed is the fact that their fans and supporters won't likely see the band perform it live any time soon. Earlier this year, Draiman announced that Disturbed are taking an "indefinite hiatus" that will have them off the touring radar completely throughout 2012.

Look for 'The Lost Children' album to hit stores on Nov. 8. 'Hell' is set to impact radio on Oct. 11.

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