Born Fred Thomas Mashburn on April 26, 1979 in Andrews N.C. and moving to Northeastern Georgia at the age of 2, Havok comes from a background of southern roots.
Havok had his frist taste of recording in early 2001 under the alyss "Caine".
His first recorded single labeled "SICK" turned heads of already experienced talent in his area fueling his drive for more.
After a life altering car accident Caine ceased to live and Havok emerged. Unsilenced in 2003, Havok's style of rap, deemed as 'nocturnal rap', came forth.
In 2010 "Havok" released his self produced albums entitled "The Eclipse" and most recently "Dark Places" and has been showcased on various mix tapes.
As well as recieving high scores in panel reviews for Indie Charts.
After a cancelation of his second album "Out Of The Ashes" Havok has returned harder then ever.
Havok has one message,
"The brightest light comes out of the darkest places".