Will Haven

Will Haven



It’s hard music. Not brutally hard, but definitely something your mother would be scared of. Here’s a good question: what’s the difference between Korn and Harvest? Or what’s the difference between any of these popular hard bands and all the newer hardcore? Your average Mariah Carey listener starts to cry if they have to listen to either Rob Zombie or Converge. “But honey, it’s different, it’s hardcore!” “I don’t care! Get it away from me!!!” I know that when I’m playing Cave In, my little sister (yes, she likes Mariah; I don’t know what I did wrong) always asks me, “why is he so mad?” She definitely could not tell the difference. Anyway, this band sounds like they belong more in the popular arena and they give “much love” to the Deftones and Limp Bizkit and they sound like Korn. So there. Make your decision.

Revelation Records, P.O. Box 5232, Huntington Beach, CA 92615; http://www.RevHQ.com

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