Georgia’s THE CHARIOT and AbsolutePunk have just revealed the brand new music video for the track ‘David De La Hoz’, cut from the band’s upcoming November 22nd GOOD FIGHT MUSIC release, Long Live. View the video here at AbsolutePunk.net! THE CHARIOT also just unveiled a new layout, along with a brand new track, ‘The Audience’ last week on their MySpace page.

Due to the holiday, the release of Long Live has been pushed up by a day from November 23rd to November 22nd! Make sure to buy your copy of Long Live even earlier than before on Monday, November 22nd!

A brand new group of pre-order packages have been made available for fans to purchase Long Live! See below for all of the packages, and purchase your bundles here!

Pre-Order #1 – copy of Long Live CD – $12

Pre-Order #2 – copy of Long Live CD and Long Live commemorative t-shirt – $18

Pre-Order #3 – copy of Long Live CD and Long Live commemorative hoodie – $40

The first 500 pre-orders (of any kind) receive a free signed, hand numbered silk screen poster (pictured above). Act now to get your bundle and poster before supplies run out!

THE CHARIOT is pleased to announce a fall tour with CANCER BATS, taking them through eastern Canada and U.S.! The tour begins with some solo headlining dates from November 12th through November 17th, and the CANCER BATS join in on November 19th in Windsor! See below for all current dates!

The band’s highly-anticipated new release, Long Live, hits stores on November 23rd, 2010. The record will mark the first release for the band on their new label, GOOD FIGHT MUSIC. Behind the boards on Long Live is seasoned producer Matt Goldman (UnderOath, MyChildren MyBride, Four Letter Lie), who is known for his work on several past records by THE CHARIOT, such as Wars and Rumors of Wars (2009), The Fiancée (2007), Unsung EP (2005), and Everything Is Alive, Everything Is Breathing, Nothing Is Dead And Nothing Is Bleeding (2004).

Check out THE CHARIOT on tour this fall!

SOLO HEADLINING DATES

11/12 Harrisonburg, VA @ The Blue Nile

11/13 West Springfield, VA @ Jaxx

11/14 Providence, RI @ Club Hell

11/15 Hartford, CT @ Webster Underground

11/16 Toronto, ON @ The Mod Club

11/17 Montreal, QC @ Underworld

W/ CANCER BATS & STRAY FROM THE PATH

11/19 Windsor, ON @ The Blind Dog

11/20 Kitchener, ON @ Club Wax

11/21 London, ON @ The Music Hall

11/22 Ottawa, ON @ Ritual

11/23 Kingston, ON @ Time To Laugh Comedy Club

11/24 Peterborough, ON @ The Legendary Red Dog

11/25 Barrie, ON @ The Mansion

11/26 Brantford, ON @ Jackhammer’s Night Club

11/27 Mississauga, ON @ Millcreek Restaurant

11/30 Edinboro, PA @ The Hangout

12/01 Pittsburgh, PA @ Altar Bar

12/02 Poughkeepsie, NY @ The Loft

12/03 Garden City, NY @ Ethical Center

12/04 Vineland, NJ @ Hangar 84

12/05 West Chester, PA @ The Note

12/06 Virginia Beach, VA@ Club Relevant

12/07 Raleigh, NC @ The Brewery

12/08 Corbin, KY @ Technology Center

12/09 East Ridge, TN @ The Warehouse

12/10 Prattville, AL @ The Blue Iguana

12/11 Douglasville, GA @ The 7 Venue

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

http://www.thechariot.com/

http://www.myspace.com/thechariot

http://www.goodfightmusic.com/

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