Project 86 have released the title track from their upcoming 9th studio album through Loudwire. The album, Knives to the Future, will be out on Nov. 11. The album was funded through their record-breaking Indiegogo campaign. The album continues the themes found on their previous album, Wait for the Siren. Vocalist Andrew Schwab explains,

This record is a continuation thematically of where we left off with Wait for the Siren. It tells the story of a soldier post-battle who has forgotten where he came from or who he is.  The album is about a search for truth and destiny through rediscovering secrets hidden in your past.

Previously released tracks from the album can be found on the band’s Soundcloud page. While you listen, be sure to vote for them on Loudwire’s poll for most anticipated album in November.

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