Havok Posts New Song "Ingsoc"
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Thrash outfit Havok just unleashed another new track off upcoming record "Conformicide." The song, titled "Ingsoc," is the longest running track on the new album and lyrically takes heavy influence from the classic George Orwell novel, "1984."
Speaking about "Ingsoc", Havok lead guitartist Reece Scruggs states, "This is one of my favorite tracks on the record, and a bit left field compared to most Havok tracks. Full of slamming riffs and burning lines; it's still 100% us but a bit progressive. I fully believe this song display the best in each of us and comes together to be a ripper!"
Adding his thoughts on the writing and thematics behind the song, David Sanchez (vocals, guitar) comments:"'1984' takes place in a socialist hell wherein there is perpetual war, government-sanctioned propaganda, massive gaps between the rich and poor, and Big Brother spies on every citizen. It appears that Orwell was not just a novelist, but a prophet; as 'Ingsoc' has become all too real. War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength."
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