Some bands gradually fade away; others go out with a bang. The Chariot isn’t the type to go quietly.

Following their time on the Warped Tour 2013 and an incredibly final album, Josh Scogin and the gang saw it was time to take The Chariot on one final tour before closing the chapter.

Last November, they played an emotional final show in Douglasville, GA. One year later, ImageryStorm put out an incredible hour-long documentary  titled “Forget Not.” The documentary follows the last days of one of the most intense bands we have ever featured in HM.

Long Live The Chariot.

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