Contrive are a heavy metal band from Melbourne, Australia formed in 1999. Their musical style has been compared to that of Sepultura.
The band consists of bassist Tim Stahlmann and twin brothers Paul Haug (vocals, guitars) and Andrew Haug (drums). Andrew Haug is perhaps better known as the host of the weekly Triple J metal radio program The Racket between 2002 to late 2011.
The band's first studio album, The Meaning Unseen, was released in September 2005. Their second album, The Internal Dialogue, was recorded in Melbourne, Australia with producer Adam Calaitzis and mixed by Devin Townsend.
The band have performed extensively since their inception and include three performances at the (now defunct) Metal For The Brain festival as well as opening slots for overseas bands which include Sepultura, Mayhem, Machine Head, Destruction, Devin Townsend, Opeth and Testament.
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