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  • Vinyl (April 16, 2013)
  • Original Release Date: April 16, 2013
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: MRI
  • ASIN: B006UISWJW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,148,099 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By B. D. Rawson on July 10, 2011
Format: MP3 Music
Havok hadn't even registered a single strain of interest when I bought tickets to see Forbidden in concert. I just wanted to see a good friend and revisit our past forged in Thrash Metal. Fast forward to THE day in New Mexico, and a four-band ticket with no expectations except to see Forbidden and have a great time! Havok opened the show after setting up their own gear, and tore through a set that had me feeling like I was seeing Megadeth in '87 again!! From the first note, they played like their lives depended on this night...and because this show was so under-attended, I got right at the front, witnessing Pete, Dave, Jesse and Reece locking into a tight-knit groove song after song! David sounds like a rabid Mustaine and plays monster rhythm! Comparisons don't do them justice, but suffice to say, they evoke the best of Megadeth, Testament (I even hear Defiance!), Slayer, Overkill, Pantera, Exodus, and Anthrax. Jesse's finger-style/slap bass kills! Reece's solos are tasteful and understated! Pete was born with drum sticks in his hands, the guy is amazing! That's the cool thing: they are really in their infancy as a thrash band, still searching for themselves, expanding, and hitting the mark more than they are missing it....I hear so many riffs that are reminiscent of the GREATS, but are somehow contorted into the emerging HAVOK identity! The gang-vocals are a signature trait and work to awesome effect! Lastly, the guys are down-to-earth: Pete and Jesse took pictures, the whole band signed my Havok t-shirt, hung out with all the fans and were flat-out cool and friendly. These guys are carrying the torch in a serious way, people. Can't wait to see you in Arizona the next time! Cheers!
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I've been listening to Havok since before they were picked up by a label and they only keep getting better! "Time Is Up" is yet another masterpiece for my thrash metal collection. Every song makes you bang your head. Reece's guitar solos are blazing fast! David's vocals remind me of a mix of Death, Slayer, and Megadeth all rolled into one! Jesse's bass playing is crazy good and Pete's drumming is amazing! I recommend this CD to everyone who loves metal! The new kings of thrash have arrived and taken the throne by force!
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Wow! I am very impressed with this release from Denver natives Havok. They have been praised by metal legend Gene Hoglan for being pure and in your face thrash and by listening to this album I can see exactly why. If the approval of ex-Dark Angel, ex-Death, and current Dethklok drummer isn't enough, then feel free and take a listen for yourself. Right from the get go, this album gets your blood pumping with "Prepare for Attack". Definitely seems like an homage paid to Metallica and Megadeth with more intense vocals and beefed up production and drumming. The intensity doesn't let up for a minute as we hear " Fatal Intervention" open with it's Testament-like riff and then totally explode with the verse riff. Who had thought the days of catchy ,chanted thrash choruses were gone? I might have for a second but songs like this remind us of what made metal the ultimate form of expression and aggression in music. "D.O.A." is so very catchy and heavy as a ten ton hammer smashing your testes in that you may not have a face or a crotch after listening to it. They have definitely stepped up their approach for this record as you can tell there is more defined guitar leads and the overall intensity has actually tripled since "Burn". The title track is probably my favorite though. It closes the album out very well and leaves you wanting more and more. Seriously you will not want this record to end and you will be playing it on repeat for months to come and annoying all of your friends who don't listen to metal. Go and get it now cause there is no way in hell you can be disappointed with this album unless you prefer Justin Bieber. If you answered yes to the last question then you better run cause your "TIME IS UP"\m/
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Number one on the lengthy list of things Havok has going for them is that they manage to capture the classic 80's thrash sound while still sounding original and fresh. Rather than being just another Metallica knock-off devoid of any originality, Havok have developed their own style of thrash: one that is fast, heavy, and intense. And it's just what the mortician ordered. While I think Time Is Up, the follow-up release to their debut album Burn, is more crisp and flows better than its predecessor, not to mention its vast assortment of riffs and improved drumming, I was slightly disappointed with it at the same time.

My main qualm with Time Is Up is its opening three tracks. While none are "bad" songs by any means, they are far weaker than the other seven tracks featured on the album. Anyone who enjoys a good thrash album knows the opening track, if not the first two or three, are key to setting the tone for the rest of the disc. Havok fails to do so here, as "Prepare For Attack," the opener, ends up being the most standard track Havok has written to date. Due to the next two tracks, "Fatal Intervention" and "No Amnesty," also being fairly average, Time Is Up fails to deliver the powerful first round blow one would expect from a killer thrash album.

Fortunately, "D.O.A." turns up the nastiness four tracks into the album with its daunting harmonies and excellent drumming. This beast of a song concludes with a Slayer-esque assault of riffage and a genuine Araya scream from frontman and guitarist David Sanchez. Next up is "Covering Fire," another standout that I believe should have opened the album. This one will knock out your teeth and proceed to kick you while you're down. "Killing Tendencies" follows with an anvil for a main riff and the catchiest chorus on the album.
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