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Project 86 frontman Andrew Schwab doesn’t mind stepping out of his comfort zone to test the sonic boundaries between the brutal and gentle. Wait for the Siren finds his group weathering the departure of guitarist/keyboardist Randy Torres with the help of such notables as Living Sacrifice vocalist Bruce Fitzhugh, Korn/Love and Death mainstay Brian “Head” Welch, and Disciple guitarist Andrew Welch. The album reflects this eclectic lineup with a creative interweaving of muscle-flexing rock, frenetic hardcore, and evocative acoustic folk sounds. The Celtic-tinged “Ghosts of the Easter Rising” is especially striking in its use of uilleann pipes and hammered dulcimer. Punk aggression meets prog-rock ambition on the defiant “Fall, Goliath, Fall” and the spacy, Pink Floyd–esque “Blood Moon.” Faith remains the consistent focus, whether the message reflects Old Testament scripture (“SOTS,” “Above the Desert Sea”) or the coming days of apocalyptic conflict (“Take the Hill”). “Defector” stands out for its desperate plea for God’s grace. Wait for the Siren boasts the sort of complex musical architecture and dense lyrical mythology that hits hard, burns deep, and feeds the Spirit.

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Project 86's Finest Release Since D.B.L.

Wait For The Siren is a pretty awesome album, to say the least. Project 86 find their heavier side again, but they approach it much more smoothly than previous releases. There are also a few unique songs, and it works in this case. Off the Grid is a fantastic song that is different for P86. There is a cool Irish theme that Andrew Schwab (Lead Singer) created w/ stories of his Irish ancestors, and instruments of their heritage can be heard throughout several songs, creating a cool, unique sound. This album is a 4.5/5 for me, mainly because there are a few dull moments in the album. Highlights:

Fall, Goliath, Fall
Off the Grid
The Crossfire Gambit
Blood Moon
Take The Hill

Worth buying the whole album considering its only 8 bucks. Support P86! They're awesome live.

Thank You PJ 86

Loving it! Thx for your hard work and for blessing the world with this album. Always stepping it up. Message is on point. Great follow up to Picket Fence Cartel. May The Lord bless you all for your efforts.

Grace and Peace.

P86 returns!!!

Mix drawing black lines/truthless heroes sprinkle in some and the rest will follow, and you have this masterpiece! Great job p86


Formed: Orange County, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Project 86 is an intense foursome Christian rock band from Southern California. Members are vocalist Andrew Schwab, pianist, guitarist, and vocalist Randy Torres, drummer Alex Albert, and bassist and guitarist Steven Dail. With powerful guitar riffs and hammering drums, this group's hardcore sound is comparable to that of Tool, Korn, Helmet, Rage Against the Machine, and Limp Bizkit. Schwab, Torres, Albert, and Dail spent a lot of time on their home ground in Orange Country polishing their sound...
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