PROJECT 86 PREMIERE NEW SONG, “SOTS,” ON REVOLVERMAG.COM

In anticipation for the upcoming album release of Wait For the Siren on August 21, devout rock band Project 86 has premiered a new track, “SOTS,” today, exclusively on RevolverMag.com.   Wait For the Siren is currently available for preorder in a variety of exclusive bundles now at: http://project86.zambooie.com/, and will be available in stores and digitally on iTunes, Amazon and all major online retailers on August 21.
Listen to “SOTS” from Wait For The Siren now on RevolverMag.com: http://bit.ly/NiD48z
The fierce new track, “SOTS,” which features guest vocals from Bruce Fitzhugh of Living Sacrifice, is featured on Project 86’s long awaited eighth studio album, Wait For the Siren, which finds the band returning to their roots for one of the best albums in their career.
Wait For the Siren marks a turning point for the band, who after a decade of successful releases on major and independent record labels, decided to partner directly with fans by raising money for their album via Kickstarter and selling the album directly.
Co-produced by frontman Andrew Schwab and Steve Wilson (Juliana Theory, Jonezetta), Wait For the Siren features thirteen fist pumping rock songs with guest appearances by Andrew Welch (Disciple), Blake Martin (A Plea for Purging), Rocky Gray (Evanescence), Cody Driggers (The Wedding), Bruce Fitzhugh (Living Sacrifice) and Brian “Head” Welch (Korn, Love and Death).
Project 86 are currently on tour throughout the summer in support of the upcoming release.  Additional information and tickets can be found here: http://project86.com/tourdates.cfm.
Stay tuned to  http://project86.com for new music, updates and more!
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Project 86 Tour Dates:
July 14 – Oshkosh, WI – Sunnyview Expo Center
July 17 – Stockton, CA – The Burning Bush 209
July 18 – Portland, OR – Warner Pacific College
July 19 – Spokane, WA – The A Club
July 20 – Enumclaw, WA – Enumclaw Expo Center
July 21 – Eugene, OR – The Box
July 22 – San Jose, CA – Westgate Church
July 27 – Denver, CO – Crossroads Church of Denver
July 28 – Bloomfield, IA – Promise Land Campgrounds
July 29 – Linton, IN – Linton First Youth House
Aug 1 – Findlay, OH – The Catalyst Church
Aug 3 – Gilford, NH – Gunstock Mountain Resort
Aug 4 – Harmony, NC – Van Hoy Fairgrounds
Aug 8 – Darien Center, NY – Darien Lake Theme Park Resort
Aug 10 – Dublin, OH – Orange Friends Church
Aug 11 – Clarksburg, WV – Main St. Downtown/Jesusfest
Aug 12 – Canton, OH – The Auricle
Aug 13 – Joliet, IL – Mojoes
Aug 18 – Fullerton, CA – The Slidebar
Aug 31 – Plymouth, CA – Amador County Fairgrounds
Sept 3 – Albuquerque, NM – Cliff’s Amusement Park – Freedomfest
Sept 15 – Shippensburg, PA – Shippensburg Community Fair

For More Information:
http://www.project86.com
https://www.facebook.com/project86
https://twitter.com/project86band

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