Volition is the fourth studio album by Canadian progressive metal band Protest the Hero released on October 29, through Razor & Tie. Volition marks the band's first record not to be released through Underground Operations or with any financial backing of label support. Instead, the entire album was funded by their. Volition (Instrumental) by Protest the Hero, released 06 October 1. Clarity ( Instrumental) 2. Drumhead Trial (Instrumental) 3. Tilting Against Windmills ( Instrumental) 4. Without Prejudice (Instrumental) 5. Yellow Teeth (Instrumental) 6. Plato's Tripartite 7. A Life Embossed (Instrumental) 8. Mist (Instrumental) 9. Underbite. After being released from their major label contract, Protest The Hero went to their fans for crowdfunding via Indiegogo on their fourth studio album. They raised more than $, in one week, far exceeding their goal of $,CA (they ultimately raised more than $,USD). It is the first album to not feature the.
With the disbanding of THE MARS VOLTA, a void has been left that Canadian prog-core artists PROTEST THE HERO seem more than willing to claim. Instrumentally, PROTEST THE HERO is just about as mind-blowing as VOLTA and they represent the next evolutionary leap forged by THE FALL OF TROY, CHIODOS and. Find a Protest The Hero - Volition first pressing or reissue. Complete your Protest The Hero collection. Shop Vinyl and CDs. Canada, I believe their technicality and melodic abilities are unbelievable! I got an email from their label, Razor and Tie, that I should check them out, and I'm glad I did. The album kicks off with "Clarity" and doesn't ever really slow down from there. There are great soaring vocals, some punctuated growls and screams .
Check out Volition by Protest The Hero on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on 21 Oct Fortress is, and always will be, to Protest The Hero what Colors is to Between The Buried and Me. It is the album so good that everything that follows will be compared to it as a standard, and no album will come close. Or so I thought Volition feels like an album by a band trying to outdo themselves in.