Atlanta, GA’s THE CHARIOT is thrilled to announce their inclusion in one of this year’s most impressive tours! The band will head out on September 15th with Underoath, Comeback Kid, and This Is Hell on a month-long trek, ending in St. Petersburg, FL on October 20th. The band will also perform a special headlining show in their home state on October 22nd with several other popular artists. See below for all current tour dates, and stay tuned for some big shows being added to the routing soon.

THE CHARIOT recently posted the new track ‘Music of a Grateful Heart’ on their official Facebook page. The track is cut from the new vinyl LP version of the band’s latest GOOD FIGHT MUSIC release, Long Live, set to release on August 2nd. The digital and physical CD version of Long Live was originally released on November 22nd, 2010 and is the band’s fourth full-length album to date.

The new 180 gram weight vinyl LP comes with exclusive silk-screened, hand-numbered jackets. Hot Topic will exclusively carry a white version of the vinyl with black spatters, numbered 1 through 1,000. The GOOD FIGHT store, the band (on tour), and your favorite local vinyl retailer will carry black with white spatters, numbered 1,001 through 2000. The vinyl will include a bonus track, ‘Music of a Grateful Heart’, previously available only on the limited edition 7-inch version. The track will also be available on iTunes and all digital outlets as a single track. Fans can pre-order the LP now by itself, or in a special bundle that includes a THE CHARIOT t-shirt.

THE CHARIOT is currently on the road with the SCREAM THE PRAYER TOUR, also featuring Norma Jean, Sleeping Giant, War Of Ages, Close Your Eyes, Texas In July, I The Breather, The Great Commission, As Hell Retreats, and Sovereign Strength. See below for remaining dates on the SCREAM THE PRAYER TOUR.

W/ SCREAM THE PRAYER

7/22 McAllen, TX @ Las Palmas Racepark w/ The All Stars Tour

7/23 San Antonio, TX @ The Backstage Live w/ The All Stars Tour

7/24 Dallas, TX @ The Palladium w/ The All Stars Tour

7/25 Tulsa, OK @ Cains Ballroom

7/26 Lawrence, KS @ Granada Theatre

7/27 Denver, CO @ Summit Music Hall

7/28 Salt Lake City, UT @ The Complex

7/30 Tucson, AZ @ The Rock

7/31 Pomona, CA @ Glasshouse

W/ UNDEROATH, COMEBACK KID, & THIS IS HELL

9/15 Fayetteville, AR @ Rogue

9/17 Fort Collins, CO @ Aggie Theater

9/20 West Hollywood, CA @ Key Club

9/22 Ventura, CA @ Ventura Theater

9/23 Santa Clara, CA @ Avalon

9/24 Sacramento, CA @ Ace of Spades

9/26 Seattle, WA @ Neumo’s Crystal Ball

9/27 Vancouver, BC @ Venue

9/30 Edmonton, AB @ The Avenue Theatre

10/1 Calgary, AB @ The Gateway

10/2 Regina, SK @ Riddle Centre

10/3 Winniepeg, MB @ Garrick Centre

10/4 Minneapolis, MN @ Triple Rock Social Club

10/6 Covington, KY @ Radio Down

10/7 London, ON @ London Music Hall

10/8 Montreal, QB @ Cabaret La Tulipe

10/10 Quebec City, QC @ Theatre Imperial

10/11 Manchester, NH @ Rocko’s

10/12 Poughkeepsie, NY @ The Chance

10/13 Lancaster, PA @ Chameleon Club

10/14 Norfolk, VA @ The Norva

10/15 West Springfield, VA @ Jaxx

10/17 Huntington, WV @ The Big Sandy Superstore

10/18 Chattanooga, TN @  The Warehouse

10/19 Jacksonville, FL @ Free Bird Cafe

10/20 St. Petersburg, FL @ State Theater

10/22 Savannah, GA @ New Life Church (No Underoath, headlining with GEDEON, WITH BLOOD COMES CLEANSING, SENT BY RAVENS, and more)

For more information on THE CHARIOT, please visit these sites:

http://www.thechariotjams.tumblr.com

http://www.facebook.com/thechariot

http://twitter.com/thechariotjams

http://www.myspace.com/thechariot

http://www.goodfightmusic.com/

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