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The Chariot

About The Chariot

The Chariot was an American hardcore band from Douglasville, Georgia, formed in 2003. The band was formed by Josh Scogin shortly after he left his position as vocalist in Norma Jean, and has experienced frequent lineup changes since its inception. The band plays an abrasive style of hardcore that does not adhere to typical stylings such as melodic/abrasive dynamics and harmonic vocals. They have built a reputation around their powerful live performances, with Josh Scogin’s lyrics covering topics like materialism, personal struggle, current events, politics, and Christian themes. Their music has been critically acclaimed as something “that will melt your face and leave you wanting more.”

On August 16, 2013, the band posted an announcement video for their final tour. The video, titled “All’s Well That Ends Well,” was captioned with a note to their fans:

Thank you. To everyone on this planet Earth that has ever supported us, helped us, watched us, hung out with us, given us a place to stay, given food, prayed over us, loaned us equipment, advised us, booked us, or given us a chance, no matter how big or small…we are forever grateful.

The band’s final show took place on November 23, 2013 in their home town of Douglasville, GA. Exactly one year later, they released a documentary about the final tour called “Forget Not”.

#members
Josh Scogin – Lead Vocals
Stephen Harrison – Rhythm Guitar, Backup Vocals
David Kennedy – Drums
Brandon Henderson – Lead Guitar, Backup Vocals

#former members
Jon Kindler – Bass Guitar, Backup Vocals (2006–2012)
Jon Terrey – Guitar, Backup Vocals (2006–2008, 2010)
Bryan Russell Taylor – Guitar (2008–2010)
Dan Vokey – Guitar, Backup Vocals (2008–2009)
Dan Eaton – Bass Guitar, Guitar, Backup Vocals (2006–2008)
Jake Ryan – Drums (2005–2008)
Joshua Beiser – Bass Guitar (2003–2006)
Keller Harbin – Guitar, Vocals (2003–2006)
Jeff Carter – Drums (2004–2005)
Tony Medina – Guitar (2003–2005)