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When Havok was six years old, he and his family moved from Rochester to Ukiah, California. During high school, his friends Mark Stopholese and Vic Chalker wanted to start a band (which would later become AFI).

In 1997, the band released their third full length album, Shut Your Mouth and Open Your Eyes, in which Davey started getting more serious about his lyrics.

He started singing about religion, humanity and other more serious issues. It featured covers of The Cure`s "The Hanging Garden", in which Davey got to flaunt Robert Smith influences, and "Demonomania" by The Misfits.

In 1999, the band released Black Sails in the Sunset, which was the first album to include the current line-up: Havok, Carson, Hunter Burgan and Jade Puget.

In the fall of 1999, they released the All Hallows EP, which has gathered a cult following among the fanbase, and is perhaps their most popular EP.

In 2000, they released The Art of Drowning to fair record sales, and great acclaim by fans of the band.