And the Rest Will Follow

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All Music Guide - Steven Douglas Losey
On their latest opus, And the Rest Will Follow, Project 86 has left behind conceptualizing and forged ahead with a disc about truth, metamorphosis, and faith. With this release, the band hammers each song musically while vocalist Andrew Schwab delivers vocal and lyrical prowess along the way. "Sincerely, Ichabod" kicks off the release in a grand, heavy fashion, while Schwab switches from an earthy growl to the intense scream the band is known for, and the rhythm guitar lays down a solid groove. "All of Me" is a song where the band delves into melody. The tune features an apt guitar and bass riff while the cut finds its pinnacle via the chorus. Along the same line, ...
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All Music Guide - Steven Douglas Losey
On their latest opus, And the Rest Will Follow, Project 86 has left behind conceptualizing and forged ahead with a disc about truth, metamorphosis, and faith. With this release, the band hammers each song musically while vocalist Andrew Schwab delivers vocal and lyrical prowess along the way. "Sincerely, Ichabod" kicks off the release in a grand, heavy fashion, while Schwab switches from an earthy growl to the intense scream the band is known for, and the rhythm guitar lays down a solid groove. "All of Me" is a song where the band delves into melody. The tune features an apt guitar and bass riff while the cut finds its pinnacle via the chorus. Along the same line, "Something We Can't Be" utilizes the same formula, meshing solid guitar rhythms with a catchy melody to form a nice hook. One of the disc's most memorable tunes comes courtesy of "My Will Be a Dead Man." Drummer Alexander Albert drives the song via an old-school metal backbeat while power chords and intelligently profound lyrics lead the charge. Add to that tasty riffing by guitarist Randy Torres and the cut is complete. Project 86 has pulled out the big guns on And the Rest Will Follow. The musicianship is tight and well produced. Of note throughout the disc are the meaty bass hooks of Stephen Dail. What really drives the band is the momentum of Andrew Schwab. You can't help but feel his angst and soul churning on each cut. Schwab delivers a performance that helps take this release to the next level.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/27/2005
  • Label: Tooth & Nail Records
  • UPC: 724347742408
  • Catalog Number: 77424

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Project 86 Primary Artist
Alexander Albert Drums
Randy Torres Guitar, Keyboards
Andrew Schwab Vocals
Technical Credits
Dean Maher Engineer
Project 86 Composer, Producer
Ben Kaplan Programming, Producer, Engineer
Randy Torres Programming
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Awesome!

    Another great installment from one of the best progressive rock bands around! These guys are great! I definitely recommend this album!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    ...And They Did It Again

    Wow, this CD rocks. They blew me away each release, and no exception with this one. I am always amazed by this great band. By far my favorite band of all time. So when's the next one come out? :)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    ...wow.

    this cd is incredible. this band gets better and better with every release. just when i thought they reached their peak with STBYBB, they come out with "...And the Rest Will Follow." all other bands will follow behind this one - project 86 rocks!!!

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