THE CHARIOT: New Video Interview Available; Seven-Inch Single Detailed

Georgia's THE CHARIOT is preparing to release limited-edition seven-inch vinyl album. Side A features two tracks. Track 1 is entitled "Music of a Grateful Heart" and is a brand new unreleased track from the "Long Live" recording sessions. Track 2 is entitled "Graciously" and is an alternate and extended version of the "Long Live" track "The Audience". Side B of the seven-inch is an etching of the band's familiarly infamous skull logo. The vinyl comes in four different colors with 250 pieces pressed per color (total of 1,000 copies). Each color set is hand-numbered 1 through 250. Each set will be available for purchase in a different way; one being available only at official tour dates from the band themselves, one is available at the official pre-order with a limited time bundle package, one will be made available exclusively through Hot Topic, while the remaining color set will be available to purchase at local music retail stores.

THE CHARIOT has just completed the "Winterizer Tour" with SILVERSTEIN, MISS MAY I, PIERCE THE VEIL, and A BULLET FOR A PRETTY BOY. In February, the band will head out with HASTE THE DAY, MYCHILDREN MYBRIDE and A PLEA FOR PURGING. The trek begins on February 3 in Seattle, Washington and comes to an end on March 11 in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Stinky the Blade of Capital Chaos conducted an interview the THE CHARION vocalist Josh Scogin on January 22, 2011 at The Boardwalk in Orangevale, California. You can now watch the chat below.

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