Label: Millenium Eight Records - M8D-1113 • Format: 2x, CD Album, Compilation, Limited Edition, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Heavy Metal, Power Metal
Haven was a Christian progressive metal band from [New Jersey] during the late s until Haven split shortly after the completion of the "Age of Darkness" release. In the mids, Andrew Bruner met Tim Benton at church youth group. The two decided to form a band, with then bass player Steve Forenza. The trio then acquired a friend of Steve Forenza, Craig Carlson for vocals. Because of problems with Steve Forenza, Ed Bruner was then brought on to play bass for the band.
It was at this point that Haven recorded a 4 song demo at Geechee Woman - Shakura SAida - Time.
. . local recording studio in Cinnaminson New Jersey. In an effort to fill the need for a vocalist, the remaining members posted flyers at local Christian bookstores for a singer. InKevin Ayers responded to the advertisement and was accepted as the new singer. Kevin's newly Genocide - Judas Priest - Sad Wings of Destiny faith and musical experience brought a fresh new inspiration and direction to Haven.
InHaven began to perform at local clubs and explore record deals with a home-made 4 song demo with added guitarist Chad McKee.
Not long after this event Haven was signed to R. The addition of John Farrell brought a new musical influence and heavy guitar harmonies to Haven. This record took on the opposition to Occultism as a lyrical theme. The track "Divination" enjoyed a few weeks as No.
Inmost of Haven was now in their early 20s. It was at this time that Tim Benton left the band and moved to Atlanta. Tim's leaving had significant impact on the band. However, eager to continue, Haven found a new Drummer, Ed Phelan. Haven continued to prepare the third record for R. By it became clear that there would be no third recording, due to the impending demise of R. It was at this time, that Andrew announced his intention to leave Haven. After the loss of Tim and Andrew, it was commonly believed that Haven was finished.
There have been a few recordings done after the split of Haven that purports to be from the band Haven. These recordings should be viewed mostly as the work of Kevin Ayers and not of Haven. Haven only recorded two records and they were both on R. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Your Dying Day.
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