HAVOK: 'Morbid Symmetry' Video Available
"Morbid Symmetry", the new video from Denver, Colorado-based thrashers HAVOK, can be viewed below.
HAVOK recently inked a deal with Candlelight Records. The band's debut album, titled "Burn", is scheduled for a June 2 release. The CD, produced by vocalist/guitarist David Sanchez at Dirty D Studios and mixed by Bart McCrorey at Motaland Studios, contains twelve songs from the youthful band, also featuring guitarist Shawn Chavez, drummer Ryan Bloom and bassist Jesse de Los Santos.
HAVOK has been impressing its growing fanbase since the band's formation in 2004. The group has performed alongside EXODUS, DESTRUCTION, INTO ETERNITY, CEPHALIC CARNAGE, and has toured with fellow new thrashers BONDED BY BLOOD. Via two independent recordings, "PWN 'Em All" and "Murder By Metal" (both quickly selling out their pressings), the band has reached audiences far outside its regional borders.
"Burn" track listing:
02. The Root of Evil
03. Path to Nowhere
04. Morbid Symmetry
05. Identity Theft
06. The Disease
07. Scabs of Trust
08. Ivory Tower
09. To Hell
10. Category of the Dead
11. Melting the Mountain
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/havok.
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