Thanks for visiting Interpunk.com!
THE ULTIMATE MUSIC & MERCH STORE!
With 80,372 Punk, Metal, Indie, HXC & Ska items!

Welcome to INTERPUNK!
Returning Customer?
Please log in here
New Customer?
Open an account here
Log out ^Not you?

Thank you for shopping at Interpunk.com!
Items:0
Cost:$0.00
View your cart
Saved Carts
Secure checkout

After each order ships, we will thank you by issuing you instant usable rewards, and no coupons to lose or forget.
Get started now...






  On Sale
  Bands
  Record Label
  Song Title
  Compilations
  IP Local
  Reviews
  Leather Jackets
  Dickies
  Converse
  Draven
  Hurley
  T.U.K.



  



Click to view a larger image
Project 86

Rival Factions

Tooth & Nail 87131

Released on June 19, 2007

click to buy
$12.50

As the name implies, Project 86 has delivered a confrontational 6th full-length, where not a single note, lyric, or track is wasted. This is, for certain, their most song-oriented and diverse release to date, proving that progression through evolution is a divine mandate. The songs are commercial and accessible without sacrificing intensity. Expanding upon their patented sound, there are hints of everything from vintage Danzig, Psychadelic Furs, Joy Division, and early, east-coast hardcore. Frontman Andrew Schwab states, “We just wanted to write songs we would enjoy listening to ourselves. We started doing this because we are music fans first, and we didn’t have any preconceived ideas about what this album should be, beyond knowing that the songs themselves needed to be memorable.” From the Cure-esque drama of “Molotov” to the Queens of the Stone Age-like force of “The Kane Mutiny” to the Misfits macabre of “Illuminate” this is a rock n’ roll record with more variety than most, which will keep you interested from front to back. In a time when heavy music is as narrow as it is predictable, Rival Factions may just challenge you to redefine your terms.

Tell a friend about this item
View other music on the same record label


Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Evil (A Chorus Of Resistance) Voted #1  17%
2 Put Your Lips To The TV  0%
3 The Forces Of Radio Have Dropped A Viper Into The Rhythm Section Voted #2  17%
4 Molotov Voted #3  17%
5 Slaves To Liberty  17%
6 Pull Me Closer, Violent Dancer  11%
7 Illuminate  0%
8 The Sanctuary Hum  17%
9 Caveman Jam  6%
10 Normandy  0%
Vote for your favorite songs by clicking the green checkmark above

People Who Bought This Item Also Bought

Click for more info
Project 86
...And The Rest Will Follow CD
Click for more info
Haste The Day
Pressure The Hinges (Special Edition) CD/DVD
Click for more info
Fold
Secrets Keep You Sick CD
Click for more info
Almost
Southern Weather CD
Click for more info
MXPX
Secret Weapon CD/DVD
Click for more info
As Cities Burn
Come Now Sleep CD
Click for more info
Emery
I'm Only A Man CD/DVD
Click for more info
Demon Hunter
Storm The Gates Of Hell (Special Edition) CD/DVD
Click for more info
Oh, Sleeper
When I Am God CD
Click for more info
Anberlin
Lost Songs CD


Customer Reviews

 
Displaying the only customer review
 
Reviews are written by people that purchased this item from Interpunk
Click to view all reviews by this person
Derek from Shell Lake, SK Canada 
Jan 11 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Rival factions is the best work Project 86 has ever done. Ok, yes they lost their drummer, and this album is mostly within the same tempo, but even still, this album is absolutely incredible. Aaron Sprinkle's best guitar work on this album, fantastic, innovative riffs, different sound than any band i've heard. This album is catchy, but still project 86, still heavy, just far more advanced. What is this, their 5th or 6th album? Whatever it is, they are at their peek right now, even if you are not a fan of Project 86, I'd check out a few songs from this album, one of the best releases of 2007. And the thing is, it's so solid that you can check out literally any song from the album, they are all equel. good job Project 86, leagues ahead of the last album.










© 1997-2014 Interpunk Inc. All rights reserved. Our Privacy Policy Read our disclaimer.