Earlier this year, metal band Project 86 announced that they would be finishing their time as a band and releasing their final project. They took to Patreon to let fans fund their last album, which will be an EP. During the crowdfunding campaign, special milestones were hit, and unique gifts were sent to the people who helped fund them.
Upon reaching 100% funding, frontman Andrew Schwab went on Instagram live to thank fans and update them. He announced that the four-song EP will be titled Brutality and contains "the heaviest material we've ever done."
Project 86 has been a staple in Christian-based rock and metal for 25 years. Some of their biggest hits include "The Spy Hunter," "Fall, Goliath, Fall," and "Evil (A Chorus of Resistance)." They've performed at major Christian festivals throughout the years and have always been a loud voice in the scene.