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The sounds of snarling vocals, thrash guitar riffs, overdriven bass, and ferocious drumming are the perfect combination for punk rock angst and The Havoc deliver all of the above. On the hot streets of south Los Angeles, The Havoc was born in November of 2001. Shortly thereafter, they began playing locally and also released their first 7" E.P. entitled "Who's Gonna Die..." The band pressed only 1,000 copies and sold out of the E.P. on their first tour during the summer of 2002. This immediately began creating waves in the underground punk scene and the result was the groups signing to Punk Core Records.

Hot on the heels of "Who's Gonna Die...", The Havoc released their debut full-length entitled "Our Rebellion Has Just Begun" in 2003. The 12 tracks on this record take the listener through a high speed, adrenaline fueled rampage that will leave you feeling as though you were hit by a cyclone of heavy punk rock!! An instant classic, the album conquered the punk scene and garnered rave reviews from almost every underground music magazine on the stands.

After touring relentlessly for an almost solid three years, the band then released their second E.P. on Punkcore Records in 2005, entitled "Road Warrior." Right away the maturity The Havoc had gained in their songwriting was not only evident, but kept listeners on the edge of their seats. Achieving a more unique sound than their first record, this effort shows a tighter, heavier, harder, more melodic band. While being compared to the early thrash antics of Metallica and Motorhead, "Road Warrior" destroys the notion that the band are confined to only one genre of music.

In 2006 the band decided to lay The Havoc to rest, regroup and rename. They played their last show on September 22nd of 2006 at The Allen Theatre in Southgate, CA. They now play under the name Spades & Blades and are writing their debut album. You can listen to them here on myspace and check out their profile at www.myspace.com/spadesandblades
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The Havoc's tour

About The Havoc

The sounds of snarling vocals, thrash guitar riffs, overdriven bass, and ferocious drumming are the perfect combination for punk rock angst and The Havoc deliver all of the above. On the hot streets of south Los Angeles, The Havoc was born in November of 2001. Shortly thereafter, they began playing locally and also released their first 7" E.P. entitled "Who's Gonna Die..." The band pressed only 1,000 copies and sold out of the E.P. on their first tour during the summer of 2002. This immediately began creating waves in the underground punk scene and the result was the groups signing to Punk Core Records.

Hot on the heels of "Who's Gonna Die...", The Havoc released their debut full-length entitled "Our Rebellion Has Just Begun" in 2003. The 12 tracks on this record take the listener through a high speed, adrenaline fueled rampage that will leave you feeling as though you were hit by a cyclone of heavy punk rock!! An instant classic, the album conquered the punk scene and garnered rave reviews from almost every underground music magazine on the stands.

After touring relentlessly for an almost solid three years, the band then released their second E.P. on Punkcore Records in 2005, entitled "Road Warrior." Right away the maturity The Havoc had gained in their songwriting was not only evident, but kept listeners on the edge of their seats. Achieving a more unique sound than their first record, this effort shows a tighter, heavier, harder, more melodic band. While being compared to the early thrash antics of Metallica and Motorhead, "Road Warrior" destroys the notion that the band are confined to only one genre of music.

In 2006 the band decided to lay The Havoc to rest, regroup and rename. They played their last show on September 22nd of 2006 at The Allen Theatre in Southgate, CA. They now play under the name Spades & Blades and are writing their debut album. You can listen to them here on myspace and check out their profile at www.myspace.com/spadesandblades
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