WILL HAVEN: Live Videos With New Singer Posted Online

Sacramento metal/harcore band WILL HAVEN has posted three video clips featuring new singer Jeff Jaworski (RED TAPE). Filmed on Monday, February 19 at the band's free headline show at The Troubador in West Hollywood, the videos capture the first live WILL HAVEN performance since the departure of original vocalist Grady Avenell.

Speaking about playing the show with a new singer, WILL HAVEN guitarist Jeff Irwin had the following to say: "The Troubadour show was amazing! It was how I expected it to be as far as a WILL HAVEN show. It was intense, to say the least. Having Jaworski on stage with us was awesome, it didn't feel weird at all, it felt like WILL HAVEN just how it always has been. Jeff brought alot of new energy to the stage and it made us play even harder. So after the show we knew we made the right decision about moving forward and keeping WILL HAVEN alive; the passion is very much still there and it shows when we play. I have to say our fans are the best in the world. For not playing in L.A. in over four years the turnout was amazing, and they didn't seem to mind there was a new face on stage, they were singing every word right with Jeff, it just shows our fans love WILL HAVEN for all the right reasons, the music and the energy is brings. We are excited about the year to come!"

Check out the video clips:


WILL HAVEN's new album "Hierophant", featuring production from DEFTONES frontman Chino Moreno and Shaun Lopez of FAR/THE REVOLUTION SMILE, is due this summer through Bieler Bros. Records.


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