Veteran rockers Project 86 has premiered a new song called "Genosha" today at RevolverMag.com. The track is featured on the bands upcoming, ninth studio album, Knives To The Future, which is due out on November 11th via Team Black Recordings. The record is currently available for pre-order at http://project86.gobigwin.com/.
"Genosha" is one of the most hectic and emotionally vulnerable songs I have ever been a part of with this band," states frontman Andrew Schwab. "It's one that does not relent until it's finished with you. Lyrically, it explores the empowering emotions which come from the realization that when abuse in a relationship occurs, the victim is not to blame. If you have been wounded by another, there is great freedom in realizing that it was not your fault."
Project 86 has also recently released two additional songs, "Acolyte March" and "Knives To The Future," from their upcoming album Knives To The Future. The band will be performing select shows this fall in support of the new record with additional dates to be announced soon.
For more information on tour dates and the latest news updates on Project 86 visit project86.com.
Project 86 Tour Dates:
Nov 14 - Tulsa, OK - The Vanguard
Nov 15 - Little Rock, AR - The Rev Room
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