MetalSucks has premiered “Fatal Intervention,” from Denver, Colorado thrash titans HAVOK. “Fatal Intervention” is a brand new track from the band’s upcoming Time Is Up full-length to be released via Candlelight next year. Vocalist/guitarist Dave Sanchez promises the record will be “so thick, it’s gonna give you diarrhea.” Release date and further details TBA.
Check out “Fatal Intervention” HERE.
HAVOK are currently on tour with Wretched and Armed For The Apocalypse, ravaging cities throughout the US. Remaining dates include:
HAVOK Fall 2010 Tour
w/ Wretched, Armed For The Apocalypse
11/02/2010 The Space – St. Paul, MN
11/03/2010 Bar 3 – Rockford, IL
11/05/2010 Carriage House – Louisville, OH
11/06/2010 Underground – Sandusky, OH
11/10/2010 Championships – Trenton, NJ
11/11/2010 Bourbon St. – Baltimore, MD
11/12/2010 Hooligans – Jacksonville, NC
w/ Armed For The Apocalypse only
11/14/2010 Fubar – St. Louis, MO
11/16/2010 Aftershock – Kansas City, MO
Formed in 2004, HAVOK released their debut full-length, Burn, via Candlelight Records last year. Said MetalSucks of the 12-track long player, “A little more technical, a little proggier, a little more epic, and a helluva lot catchier than the stuff their peers are playing…while every song on the album is guaranteed to give you roadburn, the songs are also dynamic, giving the album excellent replay value.” Added MetalReview: “It’s pretty simple. HAVOK’s chops are top-notch, and their creative-within-borders style of songwriting sidesteps the beer-bonged and bong-toked dufus thrash metal. That stuff gets cranked out at an alarming rate. This stuff right here doesn’t get cranked out enough.” Blabbermouth gave the record an 8/10 rating saying, “..add it to your list of ‘Essential Thrash Albums of 2009,'” while AngryMetalGuy.com noted bluntly: “The riffing on Burn is fucking killer.”