New Project 86 Song
2012-07-11 by livingisland | 17 Comments
Christian rock group Project 86 have released a new song off of their upcoming album, "Wait For The Sirens", due to release on August 21. The album was funded through fundraising website Kickstarter and will feature guest appearances from Bruce Fitzhugh of Living Sacrifice, Brian "Head" Welch, and others.

Read the full article and listen to "SOTS" here:

http://www.revolvermag.com/news/exclusive-project-86-premiere-new-song-sots.html
Tagged: Project 86

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jmh886
July 10th 2012
882 Comments


drawing black lines was my shit back in middle school

Forevermore
July 10th 2012
131 Comments


I've been waiting for some new material from them.

micahbgaj
July 11th 2012
1 Comments


The guest appearances list on this album got me pretty excited. Pretty diverse mix of artists. The songs definitely worth a listen too.

Ignimbrite
July 11th 2012
5497 Comments


Cool song.

oltnabrick
July 11th 2012
31552 Comments


"Evil (A Chorus Of Resistance)" was my jam in like 8th grade.

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skoopy48
July 11th 2012
1591 Comments


Both the songs theyve released from this album have been pretty hard hitting. This hopefully will top their last two albums.

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marksellsuswallets
July 11th 2012
4848 Comments


WTF is the dude from Living Sacrifice doing on this? Even when I was all gung-ho Christian in high school I never liked these guys. Also hilarious live.

MrGlass
July 11th 2012
326 Comments


Seems like the band is hitting an awesome second wave of energy later in their career with this album. "Fall Goliath Fall" is even better.

breakingthefragile
July 11th 2012
2966 Comments


These guys have always kicked some major ass. They didn't let themselves get swept up in that wave of Christian Nu Metal bands in the early 2000's, they kicked it's ass as well and rose above it.

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sixdegrees
July 11th 2012
17705 Comments


yeah, this band pretty much rocks.

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nash1311
July 11th 2012
1754 Comments


I too thought this band broke up a while ago.

Recspecs
July 11th 2012
9831 Comments


Whoa these guys are still around?

ProjectFreak
July 11th 2012
1443 Comments


excited for this. one of my favorite bands for years now, even with that abomination that was Rival Factions.

Austiniman
July 11th 2012
2 Comments


I got high expectations from this. Their last one had a few awesome songs and great lyrics throughout, but seemed rushed and lacked creativity, which is unusual for Project.

JAV
July 12th 2012
1972 Comments


Song wasn't bad.

Emim
July 12th 2012
26675 Comments


I literally just posted this.

Song is good

Wizard
July 12th 2012
19641 Comments


Probably the worst thing this band has ever done.

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