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Monday, 15 August 2011

Havok - Time Is Up [2011]

Yes, I'm back bitches. I recently returned from my trip to Holland and since then I've been looking for something to upload. A number of new albums presented themselves and I was gonna do Fleshgod Apocalypse's new album, Agony. But last night I listened to this and it blew my socks off, so; ladies and gentlemen I present to you the best thrash album of 2011.

Havok are another one of those new to the scene thrash bands that have been popping up everywhere since 2000. Formed in 2004 they self released two EPs one in 2005 and another in 2007. They then signed to UK label Candelight Records and put out a full length, Burn, in 2009 and then this monster. Time Is Up is nothing incredibly new, but I don't think thrash has produced anything new since the '80s so there's no surprise in that, it's just ball squeezingly good in your face thrash aggression. Which is exactly what thrash metal is supposed to be.

.mp3 @ 320 kbps


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