Ready to hear the heavier side of Project 86? Check out their new track “Genosha” now. The song is off of Knives to the Future, available on Nov. 11 through Team Black Recordings. Throw in some cellos, and Project 86’s new epic sound is awesome.

Andrew Schwab explains:

‘Genosha’ is one of the most hectic and emotionally vulnerable songs I have ever been a part of with this band. 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.

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