Artist info

Genre

Metal


Sounds like

Chelsea Grin, Hand Of Mercy, Parkway Drive, Thy Art Is Murder


band members

Mitch Harding - Vocals Clint Bouffler - Guitar Andrew Norman -Guitar Alex Wilson - Bass James Glover - Drums


Unearthed artists we like

The Sweet Apes, Sensory Amusia, Sierra


Website

Bio

Rising Perth Metalcore quintet Havoc are a must hear and see act in Australia's burgeoning heavy scene and new single 'Improvidence' delivers upon that promise. With aggressive riffs and crushing breakdowns they truly earn their name, whilst also enticing listeners with massive choruses and melodic leads. Forming in 2014, Havoc already have 2 EP's being their debut 'Undiscovered Paradise' and 2015's 'Affidavit', touring nationally over five states and have even notched up a successful seven date run of Indonesia. In this time Havoc have supported some of Australia and the worlds biggest acts including Polaris, Ocean Grove, Confession, Bam Margera, Buried in Verona, Feed Her To The Sharks and many others. Amongst a hectic schedule Havoc have since been crafting their sound, resulting in their heaviest and most intelligent work to date. The new single ‘Improvidence’ is the second brutal offering from their currently untitled debut album due for release later this year. Featuring guest vocals from fellow West Coaster Sean Harmanis (Make Them Suffer), 'Improvidence' follows on from first taster ‘Extinction’, showing a cause and effect themed scenario. The song and video revolve around a man realising the effect corporate greed and mass consumption is having on the Earth. Following his moves to raise awareness of the current environmental state, the protagonist's efforts for change fall on deaf ears, causing him to lose all hope and subsequently spiral out of control. Havoc's rise is only just beginning after a highly successful run of shows last year and with more Australian tours firmly in their sights they will further establish themselves as one of Australia's most brutal talents.

Review

Improvidence Feat. Sean Har...

Havoc

Review by Mitch Alexander Mitch Alexander

02 Mar 2017

Triple J
50

I never knew where this song was going to go next, like my Dad, but I kept following it because I loved it so much and didn't want to lose track of it, like my Dad. Great music good to see the kids do it again sometime anyway hoo roo see ya - Dad x

I never knew where this song was going to go next, like my Dad, but I kept following it because I loved it so much and didn't want to lose track of it, like my Dad. Great music good to see the kids do it again sometime anyway hoo roo see ya - Dad x

Review

Improvidence Feat. Sean Har...

Havoc

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

15 Feb 2017

Triple J
45

This band is off chops.

This band is off chops.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

01 Dec 2015

Triple J
40

Gird your ears.

Gird your ears.