HAVOK: 'Worse Than War' Video Released

HAVOK: 'Worse Than War' Video Released

"Worse Than War", the new video from Denver thrashers HAVOK, can be seen below. Directed by Roy Warner, who worked on the band's "From The Cradle To The Grave" and "Point Of No Return" clips, the video addresses the eight stages of genocide: classification, symbolization, dehumanization, organization, polarization, preparation, extermination and denial.

"Worse Than War" comes off HAVOK's latest album, "Unnatural Selection", which was released in June via Candlelight Records. The ten-song CD was produced by David Sanchez, with mixing handled by Terry Date (PANTERA, OVERKILL, DEFTONES). It features original artwork from Polish illustrator Rafal Wechterowicz (SLAYER, MASTODON) and was mastered by James Murphy (ABORTED, WORLD UNDER BLOOD, ABIGAIL WILLIAMS).

"Unnatural Selection" is a far more mature collection of songs when compared to "Burn" (2009), and "Time Is Up" (2011). HAVOK has truly hit their mark with a sound that will please fans new and old. Another standout is the band's rendition of the BLACK SABBATH classic "Children Of The Grave".

"Unnatural Selection" track listing:

01. I Am The State
02. Give Me Liberty… Or Give Me Death
03. It Is True
04. Under the Gun
05. Waste of Life
06. Untitled
07. Chasing the Edge
08. Worse Than War
09. Children of the Grave
10. Unnatural Selection

HAVOK is guitarist/vocalist Dave Sanchez, bassist Mike Leon, guitarist Reece Scruggs, and drummer Pete Webber.

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