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Time Is Up
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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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love every song on this album. It really gets you pumped up and ready to do anything.Published 1 month ago by Dylan Mulheim
I went to see Megadeth and these guys opened up for them and I loved them!!! Never heard of them before.Published 5 months ago by Clint Hagemeier
Except for maybe Vektor's "Black Future".
Buy this album. 10/10
A well made metal album,i found no filler just good Bay Area thrashPublished 9 months ago by Mr.Green
I saw this band open for Crowbar last year and thought they had that classic thrash sound but with a modern feel. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Travis Tutwiler
If you're looking for some great modern thrash with some retro thrash thrown in, then look no further then Havoks "time is up". Read morePublished 9 months ago by Dylan Cline
The bass drum is too loud and compressed. It's the trend today but honestly like 80/90's drum sounds better.Published 13 months ago by pascal biron
If you want thrash that will blow your head back and doesn't constantly talk about booze... This album is for YOU!Published 16 months ago by Steven Carousos