HAVOCHATE: New York Dates Announced

New York-based metal band HAVOCHATE, now featuring former TESTAMENT bassist Greg Christian, have lined up the following dates during the coming weeks:

Mar. 18 - Nanuet, NY - Tower Records (free show)
Mar. 19 - Nyack, NY - Olives
Apr. 23 - Rockville Center, NY - Purple Haze

HAVOCHATE have just released their sophomore album, "Cycle of Pain", through Indecent Media. The follow-up to "This Violent Earth", which was released through Root Of All Evil Records, is being described as a "marked growth" from its predecessor, brought on partially by the band's revamped lineup. Joining guitarist Freddy Ordine are vocalist Tim Bouchee, who joined the band early last year; Mario Rodriguez, who was added as second guitarist after the recording of the first album; Christian; and drummer Ovie Rodriguez. Handling the drums during the "Cycle of Pain" recording sessions was former HADES skinsman Ron Lipnicki.

Audio samples of the new album's all 11 tracks are available for download at this location.


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