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Fan Reviews

Jessica
February 18th 2024
Ever seen a moshing banana? The Chariot is an experience.
Seattle, WA@
Studio 7
Brandon
September 25th 2023
Wish i could go back. Long live the chariot.
Portland, OR@
Branx
Brandon
April 15th 2019
Wish i could go back. Long live the chariot.
Portland, OR@
Branx
View More Fan Reviews

About The Chariot

There are four bands with a similar name:

1. "The Chariot"
The Chariot is a Christian metalcore band signed to Solid State Records. The Chariot was formed in 2003 by ex-Norma Jean front man Josh Scogin.

Their debut full length album "Everything is Alive, Everything is Breathing, Nothing is Dead and Nothing is Bleeding" was recorded in one take, which gave it a raw and likeable sound. This made a great impression for them in the underground as being chaotic and brutal; that and their must see live show. They've even managed to keep this reputation alive for the past couple years, even through numerous lineup changes.

In the winter of 2005 they released an EP entitled "UNSUNG" which had two new songs, and four re-recordings from "Everything is Alive, Everything is Breathing, Nothing is Dead and Nothing is Bleeding."

In the spring (April 3rd) of 2007 they released their second full-length album: "The Fiancee." They have reinvented their sound, making their music slightly more organized, while still having the raw, chaotic sound for which they have become known. The last track on the album is the first and last verses of a hymn called "The Trumpet," sung by The Sacred Harp Singers choir (www.awakemysoul.com). The Sacred Harp Singers also sang at the end of "And Shot Each Other," which only made The Chariot's sound for that song more raw and inspiring. Also, "Then Came To Kill" is a re-recording of "Kenny Gibler (Play The Piano Like A Disease)" from their Unsung EP, featuring Hayley Williams, the lead singer of Paramore on backup vocals.


Band Members
Joshua Scogin - Vocals
Dan Eaton - Guitar
Jon Terrey - Guitar
Jon Kindler - Bass
Jake Ryan - Drums

Former Members
Keller Harbin - Guitar/Vocals
Tony Medina - Guitar
Joshua Beiser - Bass
Jeff Carter - Drums
Mark Nicks - Drums

2. "Chariot"
A trio of the late 60s. Their music is often depicted as being influenced by the band Cream. All band members - except the drummer Pug Barker - apparently disappeared without a trace.

3. "Chariot"

A single album project involving The Posies' Ken Stringfellow and Brian Young (now in Fountains of Wayne), along with White Flag's Pat Fear and Javier Escovedo of The Zeros. The album was titled "I Am Ben Hur" and was released in 1997 and is punk/power pop in style. It features cover versions of songs by Alex Chilton, The Choir, Los Bravos, The Count Five and Paul Revere and the Raiders mixed with originals by all band members. A great album, but sadly their only album.

4. "Chariot"

NWOBHM band from London.

Current line-up
Pete Franklin - Guitars/Vocals (Deeds)
Paul Lane - Guitars
John Smith - Bass
Jeff Braithwaite - Drums
Show More
Genres:
Hardcore, Punk, Rock
Hometown:
Atlanta, Georgia

No upcoming shows
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Merch (ad)

One Wing
$9.38
Long Live
$11.59
Chariots of Fire (25 Anniversary Edit...
$9.67
Everything is Alive, Everything is Br...
$25.42
Chariots Of Fire
$11.97
The Fiancee
$14.62
Wars and Rumors of Wars
$12.22
Chariot Stripped (Bonus CD)
$9.99
Unsung
$3.31
Chariot Rising
$17.99

Fan Reviews

Jessica
February 18th 2024
Ever seen a moshing banana? The Chariot is an experience.
Seattle, WA@
Studio 7
Brandon
September 25th 2023
Wish i could go back. Long live the chariot.
Portland, OR@
Branx
Brandon
April 15th 2019
Wish i could go back. Long live the chariot.
Portland, OR@
Branx
View More Fan Reviews

About The Chariot

There are four bands with a similar name:

1. "The Chariot"
The Chariot is a Christian metalcore band signed to Solid State Records. The Chariot was formed in 2003 by ex-Norma Jean front man Josh Scogin.

Their debut full length album "Everything is Alive, Everything is Breathing, Nothing is Dead and Nothing is Bleeding" was recorded in one take, which gave it a raw and likeable sound. This made a great impression for them in the underground as being chaotic and brutal; that and their must see live show. They've even managed to keep this reputation alive for the past couple years, even through numerous lineup changes.

In the winter of 2005 they released an EP entitled "UNSUNG" which had two new songs, and four re-recordings from "Everything is Alive, Everything is Breathing, Nothing is Dead and Nothing is Bleeding."

In the spring (April 3rd) of 2007 they released their second full-length album: "The Fiancee." They have reinvented their sound, making their music slightly more organized, while still having the raw, chaotic sound for which they have become known. The last track on the album is the first and last verses of a hymn called "The Trumpet," sung by The Sacred Harp Singers choir (www.awakemysoul.com). The Sacred Harp Singers also sang at the end of "And Shot Each Other," which only made The Chariot's sound for that song more raw and inspiring. Also, "Then Came To Kill" is a re-recording of "Kenny Gibler (Play The Piano Like A Disease)" from their Unsung EP, featuring Hayley Williams, the lead singer of Paramore on backup vocals.


Band Members
Joshua Scogin - Vocals
Dan Eaton - Guitar
Jon Terrey - Guitar
Jon Kindler - Bass
Jake Ryan - Drums

Former Members
Keller Harbin - Guitar/Vocals
Tony Medina - Guitar
Joshua Beiser - Bass
Jeff Carter - Drums
Mark Nicks - Drums

2. "Chariot"
A trio of the late 60s. Their music is often depicted as being influenced by the band Cream. All band members - except the drummer Pug Barker - apparently disappeared without a trace.

3. "Chariot"

A single album project involving The Posies' Ken Stringfellow and Brian Young (now in Fountains of Wayne), along with White Flag's Pat Fear and Javier Escovedo of The Zeros. The album was titled "I Am Ben Hur" and was released in 1997 and is punk/power pop in style. It features cover versions of songs by Alex Chilton, The Choir, Los Bravos, The Count Five and Paul Revere and the Raiders mixed with originals by all band members. A great album, but sadly their only album.

4. "Chariot"

NWOBHM band from London.

Current line-up
Pete Franklin - Guitars/Vocals (Deeds)
Paul Lane - Guitars
John Smith - Bass
Jeff Braithwaite - Drums
Show More
Genres:
Hardcore, Punk, Rock
Hometown:
Atlanta, Georgia

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