Atlanta, Georgia was the home of one of the most influential, heavy and chaotic bands of our time: The Chariot. The band was formed in 2003, shortly after singer Josh Scogin left the same position in Norma Jean. In 2004 the band released their debut album Everything Is Alive, Everything Is Breathing, Nothing Is Dead, And Nothing Is Bleeding. The Unsung EP was released in 2005, followed by four impressive full length records: The Fiancée in 2007, Wars and Rumors of Wars in 2009, Long Live in 2010, and One Wing in 2012. The band has been on the road non-stop since they formed, even though the band went through several line-up changes, leaving Scogin as the only original member. The Chariot has left a mark in the minds and hearts of hundreds if not thousands of kids with their powerful live performances and lyrics on materialism, personal struggle, politics and Christian themes. LONG LIVE THE CHARIOT.
The band announced their farewell tour, taking place from October 10th until November 16th. Keep an eye out for all the dates.