Project 86 – Wait For the Siren

By Brody B on August-17-2012 | Filed under Streams | Tags : , , | Share

Project 86 – Wait For the Siren

Stream Project 86’s new album, Wait For The Siren at the link. Make sure to pick up this album when it drops this Tuesday, August 21st.

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11 Responses to 'Project 86 – Wait For the Siren'

  1. Lee Brown says:

    I’ll be posting the review tomorrow. Be sure to check back for it!

  2. Jared says:

    Waiting to see what someone else thinks, after I’ve had it since Tuesday.

  3. Earthseedz says:

    I’ve had this since last week, as well, and P86 are back stronger than ever!! Andrew needed to stretch himself musically and spiritually after 15+ years in the game. He certainly pulls it off!! At times he reminds me of Thrice or Underoath, while other times I was shocked to actually hear him singing. This album is both heavy & dark and closest to the DBL. P86 venture into new musical territory, but this is a “classic” album I will be listening to 10 years from now. I would consider this P86’s most overtly spiritual album, lyrically, to date. I’ve seen P86 in concert, 2X in the past 12 months and it seems it is harder for them to connect with the youngheads when playing alongside the likes of Underoath, For Today and Sleeping Giant. This album should create new fans and has upped the bar for Disciple’s upcoming release. Overall, I’m reminded of how few good Christian hard rock bands are out there vs. all the metal bands.

  4. Lucas says:

    I’ve tried getting into Project 86 for the longest time, but the music they play is just not my cup of tea. That said this album is pretty fantastic. Man I feel like so many bands are killing it this year!

    • Lee Brown says:

      I agree. Between Project 86, For Today, P.O.D. (minus the controversy), Lil’ Dre, Lecrae’s upcoming, and on and on and on… It would be hard to pick on definitive “Best of” for this year.

    • thruchristalone777 says:

      Really? I have been pretty disappointed by most of the releases this year. I mean there been a few gems here and there, but overall I feel that last year was definitely a better year for music. I mean last year you had Hands, Phinehas, Theocracy, Close Your Eyes, Sleeping Giant and Oh, Sleeper all which were all excellent releases IMO. And even though some of my favorite bands have put out releases this year, I haven’t heard anything that has been completely jaw dropping for me.

      I’m hoping that Becoming the Archetype, The Chariot and Between the Buried and Me will sort of make up for an otherwise bummer of a year musically.

    • thruchristalone777 says:

      As a side note, I really enjoyed this album. I will probably end up purchasing it in the near future.

    • I’m with ThruChrist… it’s been a musical drought for me. Children 18:3, House of Heroes, To Speak of Wolves, Future of Forestry, et cetera, all put out disappointments in my opinion. This album’s pretty solid, though.

    • Iaya97 says:

      I’ve only been really impressed by High Society Collective, Lecrae’s “Church Clothes,” Heath McNease’s “Thrift Store Jesus,” Vocal Few, Mr. J. Medeiros, and House of Heroes. Even TCC has kinda disappointed.

    • Lucas says:

      House of Heroes and To Speak of Wolves??? Those records are among my favorites of the year! I do agree FoF would be a little disappointing, but since we didn’t know about it until a week prior it was still a very pleasant surprise for me.
      Thruchrist, if metal is your genre then this just isn’t a big year for metal like 2011 was. But “One Wing” is going to blow us all away. Just by listening to snippets and reading reviews I can tell it’s going to be one of the absolute best this year.

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