THE CHARIOT ANNOUNCE TWO TOURS
“ONE WING” ALBUM IN STORES THIS WEEK

(New York, NY) – Atlanta mainstays THE CHARIOT, have announced their participation in two tours this fall/winter in celebration of their new record,“One Wing” which becomes available tomorrow.

The band will head out with FOR TODAY through the fall before finishing out the year supporting the mighty EVERY TIME I DIE. Dates can be seen below.

THE CHARIOT will release “One Wing” tomorrow, August 28th, 2012 via GoodFight / eOne Music with much critical acclaim.

“Now that ‘One Wing’ is pouring out of the speakers and scaring anyone within earshot, those with heart conditions or prone to epileptic fits should probably skip this one.” Alternative Press

“The Chariot take real delight in bombarding the listener with as much complexity and violence as possible.” About.com

“‘One Wing’, a monumentally moving album in every sense of the word.” – 9/10 Mindequalsblown

“‘One Wing’ is the culmination of everything I understand The Chariot to be, and no one else could have made this record.”The New Review

“The Chariot have delivered an album that practically spits blood through your speakers.”THE PRP

1. Forget
2. Not
3. Your
4. First
5. Love.
6. Speak
7. in
8. Tounges
9. and
10. Cheek.

The band recently launched pre-order packages with brand new merch designs. Each physical preorder from the band will receive a link to a live version of “Speak” and the track “and” from the “One Wing” demo recording sessions.

PRE-ORDER ON ITUNES

PRE-ORDER BUNDLE PACKAGES

The band goes into great depth explaining their cover art with artist Trey Moseley providing his own words. Click HERE or the image above to view a behind the scenes video on the making of the artwork that became, “One Wing.”

In a recent interview the band was asked what their mindset was when going into the studio on “One Wing,” and front man Josh Scogin commented,“Let’s get weird.”

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