Truthless Heroes

Truthless Heroes
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Studio album by
ReleasedSeptember 24, 2002
StudioCello Studios and Grandmaster Recording, Hollywood, California
GenreNu metal, alternative metal
Length55:33
LabelTooth & Nail, Atlantic
ProducerMatt Hyde
Project 86 chronology
Drawing Black Lines
(2000)
Truthless Heroes
(2002)
Songs to Burn Your Bridges By
(2003/04)
Singles from Truthless Heroes
  1. "Hollow Again"
    Released: December 3, 2002
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic4/5 stars[1]
CCM Magazine(positive)[2]
Christianity Today3.5/5 stars[3]
Cross Rhythms7/10 stars[4]
Jesus Freak Hideout4/5 stars[5]

Truthless Heroes is the third studio album released by the U.S. post-hardcore band Project 86. It was released on September 12, 2002 on Tooth & Nail Records and September 24, 2002 on Atlantic Records and debuted at number 146 on the Billboard Top 200, with over 7000 copies sold.[citation needed]

Truthless Heroes is a concept album that frontman Andrew Schwab states "takes you through the protagonist's attempts to gratify himself and fill his deepest needs as a person through fame, fortune, lust, whatever."[6]

Track list[]

  1. "Little Green Men" – 3:25
  2. "Caught in the Middle" – 3:33
  3. "Know What It Means" – 4:16
  4. "Salem's Suburbs" – 3:38
  5. "...A Word from Our Sponsors" – 0:44
  6. "S.M.C." – 2:49
  7. "Team Black" – 3:26
  8. "Your Heroes Are Dead" – 3:55
  9. "...To Brighten Your Day" – 1:12
  10. "Another Boredom Movement" – 3:56
  11. "Bottom Feeder" (featuring Holland Greco of The Peak Show) – 5:13
  12. "Shelter Me Mercury" – 3:09
  13. "...And Help You Sleep" – 1:44
  14. "Last Meal" (featuring Mark Salomon of Stavesacre and The Crucified) – 3:51
  15. "Soma" – 4:12
  16. "Hollow Again" – 4:31
  17. "...With Regards, T.H." – 1:59

Personnel[]

Project 86
Additional musicians

Chart performance[]

Weekly charts[]

Chart (2002/2003) Peak
position
US Billboard 200 146
US Heatseekers 4
US Christian Albums 9

Singles[]

Single Peak Positions
US
Main.
"Hollow Again" 35

References[]

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ CCM Magazine review
  3. ^ Christianity Today review
  4. ^ Cross Rhythms review
  5. ^ Jesus Freak Hideout review
  6. ^ DiBiase, John (September 23, 2002). "Project 86, "Truthless Heroes" Review". JesusFreakHideout.com. Retrieved 2008-03-14.