'Virus' is not just a sequel to 'Vector'. It also shows that Haken are still growing and evolving, but have found their own basic sound signature. Prog rock and prog metal fans will love 'Virus' and even newcomers to Haken will be impressed by soundscapes that are certainly not off the shelf. This 'Virus' is a virus you want get infected with.
Progressive rockers Haken recently revealed their new studio album ‘Virus’, the follow-up to 2018’s acclaimed album ‘Vector’, will be released 5th June 2020. Now they are pleased to launch the video for the album’s second single ‘Canary Yellow’, a striking animated clip created by Crystal Spotlight. Watch it now here. The band comments: “For Canary Yellow, we went in a... Continue Reading →
... and here are the dates: 15th February – Academy 3, Manchester, UK 16th February – St Luke’s, Glasgow, UK 17th February – The Fleece, Bristol, UK 19th February – Essigfabrik, Cologne, Germany 20th February – Batschkapp, Frankfurt, Germany 21st February – Übel & Gefährlich, Hamburg, Germany 22nd February – Lille Vega, Copenhagen, Denmark 23rd... Continue Reading →
(8/10) Haken is a band that releases records on a quite regular base and after their first live album has been launched some months ago it is the next studio album that reaches the record stores end of October. 'Vector' is the fifth studio album of the London-based prog rockers and it's for sure an... Continue Reading →
(9/10) The recording starts with an excited crowd that welcomes the first samples, marking the beginning of a Haken show that took place st Melkweg in Amsterdam in spring 2017. The concert the last one of Halen‘s 10th anniversary tour that led t through Europe and North America. The main focus of this show was... Continue Reading →
Haken recently announced the release of their first ever live album, titled ‘L-1VE’, scheduled for release on the 22nd June 2018. Now they are pleased to launch the first clip taken from the live set. The band comments: “In Memoriam is one of those tracks that always works really well live for us. I think... Continue Reading →