Disturbed's powerful and anthemic sounds had become a favorite amongst military personnel over the years and in 2008 the band decided to pen a track that paid tribute to members of the military with the anthemic 'Indestructible,' the title track from Disturbed's album of the same name.

Frontman David Draiman stated in a Rolling Stone interview, "[It's] an anthem for soldiers. It's meant to be something that would make them feel invincible, take way their fear and make them strong." The song's video shows a progression of war through the ages, with warriors from all eras donning weaponry and charging into battle.