“One Wing”, the fifth album from Georgia’s THE CHARIOT, sold 4,800 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 85 on The Billboard 200 chart.
“One Wing”, was released in the U.S. on August 28 via eOne Music / Good Fight Music.
In a recent interview, THE CHARIOT singer Josh Scogin was asked what the band’s mindset was when going into the studio to record “One Wing”. He replied, “Let’s get weird.”
THE CHARIOT are true artists whose determined passions lead them down winding pathways as they buck trends and avoid formulas. The noisy, rambling, shambling, Southern — fried, punk-infused, heavy metal hardcore band has long rejected the conventions of the genre that surrounds them by refusing to conform to established structures. After all, THE CHARIOT is the band whose debut was recorded live in the studio in one take, whose frenetic and often destructive live shows are the stuff of underground legend and whose evolving lineups have generated a body of work as vibrant in the hearts and minds of those who’ve witnessed the mayhem live as those who own the discography.