Label: Necroscope Productions - none • Format: CD EP • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Black Metal
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· Man and Jinn, an EP by Havohej. Released in (catalog no. n/a; CD). Genres: Black Metal, Ritual Ambient.3/5(1).
Although a period of quiet mystery followed, in did HAVOHEJ release the volcanic Man and Jinn EP, which feature a brand-new track and intro alongside totally revolutionized covers of Venom and Impaled Nazarene, in essence reclaiming the source material and making it undeniably Ledney-esque.
The next song is the Havohej rendition of “Leave Me in Hell,” originally by Venom. This cover is almost unrecognizable from the original version of the song. While the guitar becomes much more prominent in this song as opposed to Man and Jinn, little changes in the sound of the recording itself.
Havohej ('Jehovah' spelled backwards) is the solo project of Paul Ledney, formed in after the split of Profanatica the previous year. Former Profanatica and Incantation member Brett Makowski assisted with guitars and bass on the first Havohej album, 'Dethrone The Son Of God' (), which consists mainly of re-worked and re-recorded Profanatica tracks.
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