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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.

Customer Reviews

Isaiah -dec14th 2013

I think it is pretty awesome album I like all of them my favorite song is fall goliath fall

Not too thrilled

I purchased this from the actual P86 Kickstarter campaign, and although I'm glad I donated to get this album made, I must say I'm dissapointed with the finished product. The songs are seem to be some of the most average of the P86 catalog. None of the tracks seem to stand out, and I'm still hoping for another amazing record like Drawing Black Lines, or even something more recent like Picket Fence Cartel. Not a bad album, just nothing to rave about.

Fresh Blood

I've been a fan of P86 since their first album, and I am frickin in love with how they manage to always evolve, yet always sound like themselves. I love this album so far. I have to admit my boys (ages 6, 4, and 1) and I all jumped around the living room during our first listen-through of Fall Goliath Fall. Schwab is as always a fantastic writer, and I'm digging the new line-up too. Dare I say it was time for something fresh? We'll miss Randy, Steven and Alex, but am looking forward to what's coming. Keep it up!


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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